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1.1.2 Quality Assurance
1.1.3 People
1.1.4 Sales and Service
1.1.5.1 DOMESTIC
1.1.6 Major Customers
1.2.1 Lead time:
1.2.2 Takt time:
1.2.3 Inventory:
1.2.4 Kanban:
1.2.5 Total Productive Maintenance:
1.2.6 Cellular Manufacturing:
1.2.7 Single piece flow:
1.2.8 Single Minute Exchange of Die (SMED):
1.2.9 Value Stream Mapping:
1.3NEED FOR THE STUDY
1.4 PROBLEM STATEMENT
1.5OBJECTIVIES OF THE STUDY
1.6.1 What Is Lean?
1.6.2 Lean Manufacturing Tools and Techniques
1.6.3 Cellular Manufacturing
1.6.4 Continuous Improvement
1.6.5.1 Just-In-Time Production
1.6.5.2 Some of the benefits of JIT are:
1.6.6 Production Smoothing
1.6.7 Standardization of Work
1.6.8 Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
1.6.9 From Lean Manufacturing to Lean Enterprise
1.6.10 Customer Integration
1.6.11 Supplier Integration
1.6.12 Auto components industry and Lean
1.6.13 Value Stream Mapping
1.6.14 Simulation and Value Stream Mapping
2.1.1 The study of background
2.1.2 Research design
2.1.3 Sources of data
2.1.4 Data collection
2.2.1 Master Layout for manufacturing starters:
2.2.2 Process flow for the yoke line:
2.2.3 Process flow for armature line:
2.2.4 Process flow for shaft line:
2.2.5 Process Flow for switch assembly:
2.2.6 Process Flow for main assembly line:
2.3.1 Product Costing – For starter manufacturing line:
2.3.2 Lead time:
2.3.4 WIP Inventory – For starter manufacturing line:
2.3.5.1 Transportation time:
2.3.5.2 Over Production time:
2.3.5.3 Searching time:
2.3.5.4 Setting change time:
2.3.5.5 Machine down time:
2.4.3 TPM
2.4.4 JIT:
2.4.5 Simulation in support of value stream mapping
2.4.6 KANBAN SYSTEM:
2.5 Need for change in system:
2.6.2 Product Costing:
2.6.3 Lead time:
2.6.4 Bottleneck Time:
2.6.5 WIP Inventory:
2.6.6.2 Over Production time:
2.6.6.5 Machine down time:
2.6.7 Man power utilized:
3.1 Summary of the system
3.2 Scope of the system
3.3.1 Conclusion
3.3.2 Suggestions
4.Billesbach, J.T., “Applying Lean Production Principles To A Process
5.Brunt, D., “From Current State to Future State: Mapping the Steel to
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