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Lean Maintenance: Best Practices to Turn Asset Management into a Profit Center
It’s common knowledge that asset downtime disrupts production and drives up both process and per-unit operating costs. However, executives often lose sight of

lean production eam  Lean Maintenance System , Lean Production , Demand Flow Technology , Lean Services , Lean Software Development , Value Network , Industrial Technology , Industrial Engineering , Quality Control , Production and Manufacturing , Lean Dynamics , value stream mapping , Lean Manufacturing Solutions , Lean Resources , Lean Product Development , Table of Contents Introduction Lean Maintenance: Factors for Success Finding Maintenance Success Factors: The Gathering of Ideas Areas Most A ected By Lean Maintenance Read More...
Manual versus Information Technology Enabled Lean Manufacturing
All good lean systems have both physical systems in the plant and near real time information technology backbones that centralize data. The primary advantage of

lean production eam  environment where flow or lean and traditional batch or push manufacturing models coexist within the same facility, and where production and demand requirements can change throughout the different stages of a product''s life cycle. Manufacturers can produce both high-volume goods with steady demand and low-volume goods with fluctuating demand, and their product mix may include engineer-to-order (ETO), make-to-order (MTO), and make-to-stock (MTS) items. To successfully operate in this mixed-model Read More...
Lean Maintenance-Does It Impact Reliability? Lessons Learned and Best Practices
The main cause of lean maintenance failure is that companies fail to focus on asset reliability. The reliability approach to capacity, which includes risk

lean production eam  asset reliability . When lean is implemented, many times companies don''t include the maintenance department, and see this process as a production project only, forgetting all about maintenance until the company needs maintenance''s help. I honestly believe that a company should own the reliability of an asset and the maintainability of it as part of a partnership. Maintenance provides the technical resources to ensure the reliability of an asset in order to meet a company''s capacity and business goals. Read More...
Lean Tools and Practices that Eliminate Manufacturing Waste
A number of lean manufacturing tools and practices have long been used to reduce manufacturing waste. These include the five S''s, visual controls, standardized

lean production eam  the heartbeat of any lean production system. As the pacemaker of a lean system, takt time is essential to the smooth flow of work through production cells, and is a key factor in planning and scheduling work. It is computed as the available production time per day divided by the rate of daily customer demand. For example, if one assumes demand is 10,000 units per month, or 500 units per day, and planned available capacity is 420 minutes per day, the takt time would then equal 420 minutes per day Read More...
TEC Lean and Green Manufacturing Buyer’s Guide
While the need for sustainable development is affecting how organizations do business, the idea of environmental and corporate responsibility as value drivers

lean production eam  Lean Manufacturing Guide | Lean Production and Lean Manufacturing | Use Lean Manufacturing Principles | Lean Movement | Lean Green Manufacturing Real Solutions | Manufacturing Best Practice | First Lean and Green Manufacturing Facility | Lean Manufacturing Streamlines | Drive Green Manufacturing | Take Advantage of Lean | Implementing Lean for Green | Lean Manufacturers Transcendence to Green Manufacturing | Green Manufacturing Case Studies | Merging Lean and Green Movements | Lean Manufacturing Systems Read More...
MAPCON Professional: CMMS – EAM Competitor Analysis Report
The EAM knowledge base is geared toward groups that need to analyze requirements for a system, which supports maintenance management tasks. Asset management

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Extending Information Security to Non-production Environments
You think you’re doing right by copying data so it’s available for production support. But did you know copied data is often at risk of insider theft or

lean production eam  Information Security to Non-production Environments You think you’re doing right by copying data so it’s available for production support. But did you know copied data is often at risk of insider theft or tampering? And that database management tools, such as encryption and digital certification, aren’t always deployed properly, thereby increasing the risk? Using a solution that centralizes database security policies can help. Find out more—before your data is desecrated. Read More...
DevonWay EAM Suite
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EAM versus CMMS: What''s Right for Your Company? Part Two: Integration Concerns
In most cases, companies will acquire enterprise asset management (EAM) software but the interfaces to external systems will have to be constructed.

lean production eam  versus CMMS: What''s Right for Your Company? Part Two: Integration Concerns Integration Concerns Many of the benefits from enterprise asset management (EAM) software result from the ability to exchange data from other systems and subsystems. These interfaces are not trivial in design or construction. For example, one of the simpler interfaces involves inventory. Namely, EAM software needs access to inventory to determine the availability of repair parts, whereas your manufacturing system needs access to Read More...
The Lean Machine
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Implementing Lean Manufacturing Principles in an A&D Environment
Lean manufacturing is a management philosophy, enabled and supported by various techniques, to eliminate non-value adding activity. However, aerospace and

lean production eam  Lean Manufacturing Principles in an A&D Environment Lean manufacturing is a management philosophy, enabled and supported by various techniques, to eliminate non-value adding activity. However, aerospace and defense (A&D) government regulations impose very different business practices from those followed in the commercial sector. Can lean manufacturing principles really work in A&D? The answer: it depends on the architecture of the enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Read More...
EAM Showdown! IFS vs. Mincom vs. CHAMPS
Using our EAM Evaluation Center, we compared Mincom Ellipse, CHAMPS, and IFS head-on. For the overall rankings, we looked at the vendors in two basic

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Measuring the Success of Lean: Selecting the Best Mileposts for the Never-ending Journey
As manufactures adopt lean principles, the process inevitably involves developing metrics for measuring their progress. But measurements are linked throughout

lean production eam  Journey As manufactures adopt lean principles, the process inevitably involves developing metrics for measuring their progress. But measurements are linked throughout the organization, not just on the manufacturing floor but in accounts payable and other back office processes. This white paper emphasizes the need to focus on strategy deployment. Read More...
The Four Steps to Reducing Production Scrap and Rework
Manufacturers know that production scrap can come from just about anywhere: from the ordered parts that don’t fit into a finished assembly, or from a physical

lean production eam  Four Steps to Reducing Production Scrap and Rework Manufacturers know that production scrap can come from just about anywhere: from the ordered parts that don’t fit into a finished assembly, or from a physical prototype you’ve used and discarded. Whatever the case, the scrap—and any rework needed to fix the problem—costs you time or money, or both. Learn how you can overcome the most serious causes of production scrap with a product lifecycle management (PLM) solution. Read More...

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