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  1. TQM stands for
    total quality mgmt
  2. Tools for Lean manufacturing
    6 Sigma, SS, Swnys, SPC, Kaizen Events
  3. 6 Sigma, SS, Swnys, SPC, Kaizen Events are tools for
    Lean Manufacturing
  4. Tqm is important on
    pre production process
  5. important pre production process
    Tqm
  6. Tqm processes
    prevention, designed in quality, absence of defects, quality in ever activity.
  7. prevention, designed in quality, absence of defects, quality in ever activity are
    Tqm processes
  8. Tqm non technical issues
    teamwork/ job satisfaction/ conflict resolution, consensus, rewards, motivation
  9. teamwork/ job satisfaction/ conflict resolution, consensus, rewards, motivation
    Tqm non technical issues
  10. 5 Whys mean
    cause and effect of actions (root analysis)
  11. cause and effect of actions are (root analysis)
    5 Whys
  12. the the 5 whys are
    1.why poor quality, 2. why was not correct, 3. why related systems and personnel not capable, 4. why not recognized in the business plan, 5. why senior leadership does not understand.
  13. 1.why poor quality, 2. why was not correct, 3. why related systems and
    personnel not capable, 4. why not recognized in the business plan, 5.
    why senior leadership does not understand.
    These are 5whys
  14. 5 - Ss are
    Short, Stabilize, Sustain, straighten, standardize
  15. Short, Stabilize, Sustain, straighten, standardize
    the 5 -Ss
  16. Malcolm Baldrige Award national quality award is for
    for performance excellence
  17. six sigma is
    methology that is a measurement based strategy to focus on process improvement are variation reduction through six sigma projects (motorola/ GE are susers)
  18. methology that is a measurement based strategy to focus on process
    improvement are variation reduction through six sigma projects
    (motorola/ GE are susers)
    is six sigma
  19. Diagrams used in six sigma
    Venn Diagram, Fish, Spider Chart
  20. Venn Diagram, Fish, Spider Chart
    diagrams used in six sigma
  21. Lean manufacturing process is
    marketing,adv engn/ product design, process planning/ production/ recycling
  22. marketing,adv engn/ product design, process planning/ production/ recycling are the process of
    lean manufacturing
  23. Origin of lean manufacturing
    system needs to do less of everything and produce products with economically lower volumes with fewer errors.
  24. system needs to do less of everything and produce products with economically lower volumes with fewer errors.
    origin of lean manufacturing
  25. what is manufacturing engineering
    technical staff function that is concerned with planning manufacturing processes
  26. technical staff function that is concerned with planning manufacturing processes
    manufacturing engineering
  27. process planning
    deciding processes and methods in a sequence, determine tool requirements, selecting production equipment and system, estimate cost of production
  28. deciding processes and methods in a sequence, determine tool
    requirements, selecting production equipment and system, estimate cost
    of production
    process planning
  29. Different types of processes
    primary, secondary, property enhancing and finishing
  30. primary, secondary, property enhancing and finishing are types of
    processes
  31. primary/basic processes
    sand casting, injection molding, forging,
  32. sand casting, injection molding, forging,  are types of
    primary/basic processes
  33. secondary processes
    machining, pressing, blow molding, machining
  34. machining, pressing, blow molding, machining are types of
    secondary processes
  35. property enhancing processes are
    heat treatment, sintering
  36. heat treatment, sintering are types of
    property enhancing processes
  37. Finishing operations
    painting, electroplating
  38. painting, electroplating are types of
    Finishing operations
  39. route sheet
    specifies the sequence of operations and equipment that will be visited by the part during its production. (exp drawing with demonsions, equipment, special tools)
  40. specifies the sequence of operations and equipment that will be visited
    by the part during its production. (exp drawing with dimensions,
    equipment, special tools)
    route sheet
  41. What is make or buy decision
    Companies decision whether to purchase product or buy make product in house.
  42. Companies decision whether to purchase product or buy make product in house.
    make or buy decision
  43. Factors in make or buy decision
    production quantity, product life, standard items, supplier reliability
  44. production quantity, product life, standard items, supplier reliability
    factors in make or buy decision
  45. concurrent engineering
    input from many departments in addition to design and manufacturing engineering.
  46. Continous Improvement/Kaizen Projects
    • is a long-term approach to work that
    • systematically seeks to achieve small, incremental changes in processes in order to improve efficiency and quality
  47. is a long-term approach to work that systematically seeks to achieve small, incremental changes in processes in order to improve efficiency and quality
    Continuous Improvement/ Kaizen Projects
  48. Types of manufacturing
    Job shop production, mass production
  49. Job shop production, mass production are types of
    manufacturing
  50. job shop production
    in which a number of different product types are each produced in low quantities.
  51. in which a number of different product types are each produced in low quantities.
    job shop production
  52. What is MRP
    Material Requirements planning, computational procedure used to convert master production schedule for end products.
  53. Material Requirements planning, computational procedure used to convert master production schedule for end products.
    what is MRP
  54. Inputs of MRP systems
    master production schedule, product design data, inventory records, capacity requirements.
  55. master production schedule, product design data, inventory records, capacity requirements.
    inputs of mrp systems
  56. outputs of mrp systems
    order releases, planned order releases, reschedule notices, cancellation notices, inventory status reports
  57. order releases, planned order releases, reschedule notices, cancellation notices, inventory status reports are
    outputs of mrp systems
  58. type of system JIT is
    component of lean production, most effective in high-volume repetitive manufacturing.
  59. component of lean production, most effective in high-volume repetitive manufacturing.
    JIT system
  60. tools in the quality toolbox
    six sigma, 5s, 5 whys, iso, spc
  61. six sigma, 5s, 5 whys, iso, spc
    tools in the quality toolbox
  62. Six Sigma accomplishes
    total quality mgmt, and solves specifics problems.
  63. total quality mgmt, and solves specifics problems.
    six sigma
  64. types of transport in factory
    manual, mechanized(continuous, synchronous, asynchronous)
  65. manual, mechanized(continuous, synchronous, asynchronous)
    types of transport in factory
  66. manual assembly line
    consists of multiple workstations assembly operations are done by humans.
  67. consists of multiple workstations assembly operations are done by humans.
    manual assembly line
  68. manual assembly line is associated with
    line balancing, constraints, repositioning
  69. line balancing, constraints, repositioning are associated with
    manual assembly
  70. what is involved in line balancing
    constraints, balancing efficiency, repostioning time.
  71. constraints, balancing efficiency, repositioning time is involved in
    line balancing
  72. cellular manufacturing is
    the use of cells that specialize in the production of families of parts or products made in medium quantities.
  73. the use of cells that specialize in the production of families of parts or products made in medium quantities.
    cellular manufacturing
  74. part family
    group of parts that possess similarities in geometric shape and size.
  75. group of parts that possess similarities in geometric shape and size.
    part family
  76. composite part
    a hypothetical part that includes all of the design and manufacturing attributes of the family.
  77. a hypothetical part that includes all of the design and manufacturing attributes of the family.
    composite part
  78. design attributes
    dimensions, tolerances, material type
  79. dimensions, tolerances, material type
    design attributes
  80. manufacturing attributes
    process, cutting tools, batch size,
  81. process, cutting tools, batch size,
    manufacturing attributes
  82. flexible manufacturing systems
    highly automated gt machine consisting of group of processing stations usually CNC machines
  83. highly automated gt machine consisting of group of processing stations usually CNC machines
    flexible manufacturing systems
  84. How control charts are developed and used
    to identify when process is out of statistical control, signalling corrective action must be taken.
  85. to identify when process is out of statistical control, signalling corrective action must be taken.
    How control charts are developed and used

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