For example there is a production line is expected to produce 10,000 cars type A in 10 working days, 8 hours each, within a month. 10,000 cars type A consists of the 5,000 cars, 2,500 hardtop, and 2,500 wagons. If these values are divided by 20 working days, obtained 250 sedan, 125 hardtop, and 125 wagons per day. This is pelancaran production in terms of average daily amount of each type of cars manufactured, so is great for people wanting to change their cars for a new one, since getting rid of a car is not that difficult with services as Scrap My Car Montreal online.

In a turn (shift) operations during the eight-hour (480 minutes), have produced 500 units. Therefore, the unit cycle time, or mean time needed to produce one vehicle of any kind, is 0.96 minutes (480/500) or about 57.5 seconds.

The right mix or production sequence can be determined by comparing the actual cycle time to produce a particular model of car type A. For example, the maximum time to produce a sedan type A is determined by dividing the time shift (480 minutes) by the number of sedans that will be produced during that turn (250); in this sense, the maximum time is 1 minute 55 seconds. This means that the cycle time for a sedan is 1 minute 55 seconds.

When comparing this interval with average cycle time by 57, 5 seconds, it is obvious that another car of any kind can be produced between the time a sedan completed and the time when other sedans have produced. Thus, the basic production sequence is the sedan, another vehicle, sedan, another vehicle, and so on.

Maximum time to produce a single wagon or a hardtop is 3 minutes 50 seconds (480/125). If these values are compared with the magnitude of cycle time 57.7 seconds, it is obvious that the three cars of any kind can be produced between each wagon or hardtop. If in the production of a wagon that followed the first sedan, the production sequence is the sedan, wagon, hardtop, sedan, wagon, hardtop, etc..Here is an example pelancaran terms of production cycle time each type.

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Yufi Priyo

I was a trainer and consultant for lean manufacturing, 5s Management, Total Quality Management, Six Sigma, and Customer Satisfaction Management.

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