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Production & material management


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Production & material management

  2. 2. GROUP MEMBERSSatyanarayan chepuri 09Azam Farooqui 15Manoj Gupta 19Sapnel Patel 36Nikhil Raiker 41Shah Imran ali 45Nirav Shah 46
  3. 3. Types of Production Intermittent ContinuousJob Batch Mass Process Assembly
  4. 4. Intermittent Manufacturing Job BatchIn Intermittent manufacturing systems, thegoods are manufactured specially to fulfilorders made by customers rather than forstock.
  5. 5. Jobbing production where one or fewunits of a product are produced tocustomer’s requirement within the givendate amid within the price fixed prior tothe contract.
  6. 6. HairdressersPainting and decoratingFilm productionLarge construction projectsPermanent tattoo
  7. 7.  Flash Stencil Ink Tattoo Machine Miscellaneous supplies
  8. 8. Batch production is one of manufacturingmethods where limited quantity of each typeof product is authorized for manufacture at atime. Manufacture of a limited number ofproducts produced at periodic intervals andstocked in warehouses as finished goods.
  9. 9.  Blend of dairy products Sugar Flavours Additives Eggs (optional)
  10. 10.  Blending the mixture Pasteurizing to kill bacteria Homogenizing to produce a uniform texture Cooling and resting to blend flavors Flavoring the ice cream Freezing to soft-serve consistency Adding fruit and sweetened chunks Packaging and bundling the finished product Hardening
  11. 11. Continuous Mass Process AssemblyIn continuous manufacturing system the items areproduced for the stocks and not for specific orders. Before planning manufacturing to stock, a salesforecast is made to estimate likely demand of theproduct.
  12. 12. Mass production (flow production or repetitive flowproduction) is the production of large amounts of standardizedproducts on production lines. Mass production is capital intensive, as it uses a highproportion of machinery in relation to workers.Mass production systems are usually organized into assemblylines. The assemblies pass by on a conveyor, or if they areheavy, hung from an overhead monorail
  13. 13.  Heinz baked beans Kellogg’s corn flakes Mars bars Ford carsToothpaste
  14. 14.  FluorideFlavour Water Sweeteners Binders Preservatives
  15. 15.  Weighing and mixing Filling the tubes Packaging and shipment
  16. 16. Process production involves a series of processeswhich raw materials go through. The end result is alarge quantity of finished product. Process productiontends to be quite capital intensive (i.e. requiringsignificant investment in production machinery andfacilities).
  17. 17.  Oil refining Cement Natural gas Vodka
  18. 18.  Vegetables or Grains Flavourings Malt Meal Yeast Water
  19. 19.  Mash preparation Sterilization and inoculation Fermentation Distillation and rectification Water added Bottling
  20. 20. Assembly lines are designed for a sequential organization ofworkers, tools or machines, and parts. The motion of workers isminimized to the extent possible. All parts or assemblies are handled either by conveyorsor motorized vehicles such as fork lifts, or gravity, with nomanual trucking. Heavy lifting is done by machines such as overheadcranes or fork lifts. Each worker typically performs one simpleoperation.
  21. 21. Assembling of a Car