Lean manufacturing
Prepared by: Ramsingh
Prajapati (06DME048)
Pavan (06DME046)
INTRODUCTION
Lean manufacturing is a systematic approach for
identifying and eliminating waste
in operations through conti...
HISTORRY OF LEAN
MANUFACTURING
Lean Manufacturing is the latest buzzword in
manufacturing circles.
It is not especially ne...
WHAT IS LEAN
MANUFACTURING
Lean Manufacturing is a strategy for
achieving
significant,
continuous improvement in
performan...
Lean Manufacturing chart
ADVANTAGES
Lower lead
times,
Reduced set-up
times,
Lower equipment
expense,
Increased profits.
OPERATIONAL GOALS:
Eliminate wasted motion
Reduce or eliminate lifting done by workers
Decrease floor space needed for ass...
TYPICAL APPLICATION:
Aircraft Engines
HVAC Equipment
Recreational Vehicles
Construction Equipment
Off-Road Vehicles
Furnit...
KANBAN
kanban system was developed by
MR.TAIICHI OHNO, VICE PRESIDENT
OF TOYOTA
in 1950.
It is a way of managing material ...
OBJECTIVE:
Reduce costs by eliminating waste.
Facilitate the method of achieving quality control.
Design work sites accord...
TYPES OF KANBAN:
1 Withdrawl kanban
2 production kanban
ADVANTAGE
Simple & understandable process.
Provide quick and precise information.
avoid overproduction
Minimizes waste.
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  1. 1. Lean manufacturing Prepared by: Ramsingh Prajapati (06DME048) Pavan (06DME046)
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Lean manufacturing is a systematic approach for identifying and eliminating waste in operations through continuous improvement for doing everything more efficiently, reducing the cost of operating the system and fulfilling the customers desire for maximum value at the lowest price. Many organizations have realized the capability of producing high quality products more economically even in lower volume and if half the time and space using just a fraction of the normal work in processes inventory.
  3. 3. HISTORRY OF LEAN MANUFACTURING Lean Manufacturing is the latest buzzword in manufacturing circles. It is not especially new. It derives from the Toyota Production System or Just In Time Production, Henry Ford and other predecessors. At Toyota Motor Company, Taichii Ohno and Shigeo Shingo, began to incorporate Ford production and other techniques into an approach called Toyota Production System or Just In Time . They recognized the central role of inventory.
  4. 4. WHAT IS LEAN MANUFACTURING Lean Manufacturing is a strategy for achieving significant, continuous improvement in performance through the elimination of all waste of time and resources in the total business process.
  5. 5. Lean Manufacturing chart
  6. 6. ADVANTAGES Lower lead times, Reduced set-up times, Lower equipment expense, Increased profits.
  7. 7. OPERATIONAL GOALS: Eliminate wasted motion Reduce or eliminate lifting done by workers Decrease floor space needed for assembly Enhance production efficiency Improve quality control Introduce greater flexibility and accessibility when working with heavy loads
  8. 8. TYPICAL APPLICATION: Aircraft Engines HVAC Equipment Recreational Vehicles Construction Equipment Off-Road Vehicles Furniture Appliances Hospital & Medical Equipment Tanks & Vessels Large Pumps Fork Trucks Other OEM Products
  9. 9. KANBAN kanban system was developed by MR.TAIICHI OHNO, VICE PRESIDENT OF TOYOTA in 1950. It is a way of managing material flow on the assembly line. Over the past three decades the kanban Process is recognized as a highly efficient and effective factory production system.
  10. 10. OBJECTIVE: Reduce costs by eliminating waste. Facilitate the method of achieving quality control. Design work sites according to human dignity. Kanban is a Japanese word, where kan-card, ban-signal. This refers as parts-movements system that depends on cards and boxes to take part from one workstation to another on a production line. The kanban concept is that a supplier should only deliver components to the production line as & when they are needed.So, there is no storage in the production area .
  11. 11. TYPES OF KANBAN: 1 Withdrawl kanban 2 production kanban
  12. 12. ADVANTAGE Simple & understandable process. Provide quick and precise information. avoid overproduction Minimizes waste.
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