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Copy of Copy of TPM
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Maintenance signifies methods for the determination and evaluation of the current status as well as for the preservation and reestablishment of the nominal status of facilities, machines and components.
What is the Maintenance?
Why is it so important?
reduces maintenance costs
increases process stability
extends equipment life
reduces maintenance spare parts inventory
supports Continuous Improvement
Total Productive Maintenance
One of the main objectives of TPM is to increase the productivity of plant and equipment with a modest investment in maintenance
Waste = 0
Defect = 0
Breakdown = 0
Accident = 0
Pillars of TPM
Tools of TPM
Set in order
Steps of implementing SMED
What is SMED?
Single-Minute Exchange of Dies is a system for dramatically reducing the time it takes to complete equipment changeovers.
The Big Idea
Changeovers can be reduced in many cases to less than 10 minutes. Each element of the changeover is analyzed to see if can be eliminated, moved, simpified or streamlined.
What is it?
How does it help?
Organize the work area.
Eliminates waste that results from a poorly organized work area (e.g. wasting time looking for a tool).
Visual feedback system to the plant floor that indicates production status, alert when assistance is needed, and empowers operators to stop the production process.
Poka - yoke
Design error detection and prevention into production process with the goal to achieving zero defects.
establish plan and expect results
verify expected results achieved
review and assess; do it again
An iterative methodology for implementing improvements
OEE - Overall Equipment Effectiveness
Framework for measuring productivity loss for a given manufacturing process.
Three categories of loss are tracked:
Availability (e.g. down time)
Performance (e.g. slow cycles)
Quality (e.g. rejects)
100 % OEE means perfect production (manufacturing only good parts, as fast as possible with no down time.