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Milwaukee Gear WIP Problem Milwaukee Gear WIP Problem Presentation Transcript

  • WIP at Milwaukee GearIE390: Junior Project
    Sean Larson Project Team Leader
    Jonathon Cerny Project Team Member
    Berea Janzen Project Team Member
    Ryan Lowery Project Team Member
    Varun Modi Project Team Member
  • Agenda
    Background / Problem Description
    Current State and Data Collection
    Initial Designs
    Final Design
    Implementation
    Conclusions
  • Background
    Leading producer of gears
    Experiencing growth
    Current Storage
    Problem with current method
  • Problem Description
    Statement of problem
    Final goal
    Project team’s scope
  • Constraints
    Height- 84’’
    Width- 42”
    Movable
    Fit on flatbed truck
    Easily accessible
  • Agenda
    Background / Problem Description
    Current State and Data Collection
    Initial Designs
    Final Design
    Implementation
    Conclusions
  • Current State
    WIP stored on pallets
    Not racked/stacked
    Minimal space
  • Data Collection
    Raw material weights
    Pallet dimensions
    Part routings
  • Agenda
    Background / Problem Description
    Current State and Data Collection
    Initial Designs
    Final Design
    Implementation
    Conclusions
  • Initial Design: Collar System
    • Made of wood
    • Allowed staking
    • Light and inexpensive
    • Flexibility
  • Initial Design: Vertical Staking
    Gears staked vertically
    Needed to purchase loading equipment
    No stacking
  • Initial Design: Horizontal Staking
    Metal
    Individual shelves for each gear
    Can remove gears independently
    No stacking
    Heavy
  • Design Selection
  • Agenda
    Background / Problem Description
    Current State and Data Collection
    Initial Designs
    Final Design
    Implementation
    Conclusions
  • Final Design
  • Features
    AssistedLifting
    Collapsible
    Nesting
  • Final Design
    Benefits
    • Space saving
    • Durability
    • Safety
    Future State
    • More effective floor usage
    • Stacked containers
  • Agenda
    Background / Problem Description
    Current State and Data Collection
    Initial Designs
    Final Design
    Implementation
  • Implementation
    Stage 1: Prototype
    Testing
    Viable solution
    Stage 2: Pilot
    One product line
    Create accountability
    Stage 3: Full Implementation
    One product line
    Remove old materials
  • Conclusions/Recommendations
    Conclusions
    Recommendations
    Design needs minor changes related to cost
    Can be implemented quickly
    Greatly increases space for WIP
    Clean house
    Remove unnecessary equipment
    Use current racks
    Smooth production