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If you often create standardized work and must to analyze it,
such as Standardized Work Analyze Tool, Production Capacity Sheet, Yamazumi Chart


If you are familiar with the Toyota Production System / Lean,
It is time to use tools for lean from Lean-Tool.com

"Standardized work is one of the most powerful tool in Lean / Toyota Production System.
Standardized Work Containing the current best practice, standardized work forms the baseline for Kaizen or continuous improvement. As the standard is improved, the new standard becomes the baseline for further improvements.
Improving standardized work is a never-ending process."


First step to KAIZEN (improvement).
Standardized Work is the basic foundation for improvement (KAIZEN) and to evaluate and find MUDA, MURA, & MURI.
There will be no improvement without standardized work.

EASY to use with Ms.Excel Format,

With VBA (Visual Basic For Applications) programmed MS-Excel files,don't require installation, easy to use
Don't forget to enable macros when opening the files.

SIMPLE Format, you can edit for your own template,
POWERFUL, with many feature inside

Many features inside such as stopwatch function,
change your notebook to a stopwatch, observe cycle time and input automatically in Form

Our Tools :

Stopwatch 100 Laps Cycle
Stopwatch 100 Laps Cycle
Standardized Work Combination Table Macro
Standardized Work Combination Table Macro
Standardized Work Analyze Tool (SWAT)
Standardized Work Analyze Tool (SWAT)
Standardized Work Analyze Tool+Video Capture
Standardized Work Analyze Tool+Video Capture
heijunka generator
Heijunka Generator


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Value Stream Mapping of a Complete Product

Profile:

Shahrukh A. Irani and Jin Zhou
Department of Industrial, Welding and Systems Engineering
The Ohio State University

Introduction:

Lean Thinking, a concept that is based on the Toyota Production System, extends continuous improvement efforts to reduce the costs of serving customer/s beyond the
physical boundaries of a manufacturing facility, by including the suppliers, distributors
and production system that support the manufacturing function [Womack and Jones,
1996]. These improvements and cost reductions are achieved by eliminating the muda
(wastes) associated with all activities performed to deliver an order to a customer. Wastes
are defined as "all activities that consume resources (add costs to the product) but
contribute zero value to the customer." According to Womack and Jones, there are five
steps for implementing Lean Thinking in an enterprise: 1) Define Value from the
perspective of the Customer, 2) Identify the Value Streams, 3) Achieve Flow, 4)
Schedule production using Pull, and 5) Seek Perfection through Continuous
Improvement. Womack and Jones define a Value Stream as "the set of all the specific
actions required to bring a specific product through the three critical management tasks of
any business: ...problem solving, ...information management, ...physical
transformation". Alternatively, Rother and Shook define a Value Stream as "all the
actions (both value-added and non-value-added) currently required to bring a product
through the main flows essential to every product" [Rother and Shook, 1999, p. 3].


Overview of Value Stream Mapping

Value Stream Mapping (VSM) is the process of mapping the material and information
flows required to coordinate the activities performed by manufacturers, suppliers and
distributors to deliver products to customers. Unlike the traditional process mapping
tools used by IE's, VSM is a mapping tool that maps not only material flows but also
information flows that signal and control the material flows. This enhanced visual
representation facilitates the identification of the value-adding steps in a Value Stream
and elimination of the non-value adding steps, or wastes (muda). Using VSM, many
OEM's and their top-tier suppliers have changed their existing facility layouts, as well as
existing systems for material handling, inventory control, purchasing and scheduling, to
reduce the total throughput times of orders and current levels of work-in-process (WIP)
inventories.

Please click here for the details:

Value Stream Mapping of a Complete Product.pdf

 

Value Network Mapping (VNM)

Visualization and Analysis of Multiple Flows in Value Stream Maps

Profile:

ZahirAbbas N. Khaswala and Shahrukh A. Irani 1
Department of Industrial, Welding and Systems Engineering
The Ohio State University

Outline of this Paper

First, the concept of Lean Thinking is introduced and reviewed. This is followed by an explanation of the basic concepts of Value Stream Mapping (VSM), with a listing of the advantages and disadvantages of VSM. Specifically, it is shown that the original VSM methodology breaks down in the case of "multiple flows in a value stream that merge" in the case of complex product BOMs. Next, the development of the proposed approach, Value Network Mapping (VNM), is explained in detail. Finally, the results from an industry project are analyzed and the potential benefits of the proposed approach are presented.

Please click here for the details:

Value Network Mapping (VNM).pdf

 

 

 

Flow of Product to Consumer
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Used with kind permission from the book:
"Mechanism of a Factory with Illustrations"
Published by Nippon Jitsugyo Publishing.
by Mitsuo Matsubayashi and Hiroshi Watabe.
Members of Waku Consulting Co. Ltd
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Flow of Material and Information through the Factory
factory_img06.gif
Used with kind permission from the book:
"Mechanism of a Factory with Illustrations"
Published by Nippon Jitsugyo Publishing.
by Mitsuo Matsubayashi and Hiroshi Watabe.
Members of Waku Consulting Co. Ltd
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Operation Flow of Whole Factory
factory_img05.gif
Used with kind permission from the book:
"Mechanism of a Factory with Illustrations"
Published by Nippon Jitsugyo Publishing.
by Mitsuo Matsubayashi and Hiroshi Watabe.
Members of Waku Consulting Co. Ltd
Please click here for the web site of Waku Consulting.