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Understanding the differences
between Processing Time, Cycle Time, and Effective Cycle Time
Topics in this Video
It's all about the Operator
Choose from several Time Study templates
Process Time is equal to Cycle Time
if it is a labor-intensive process with one Operator.
Process Time is different from Cycle Time
when there are multiple operators, a machine-intensive process, or there is Process Lead Time.
Multiple Operators in a Standard Work Combination Sheet.
Multiple Operators in a Value Stream Map.
Manually override Cycle Time,
or let your Value Stream Map calculate it.
Tip: Standard Work is all about the Operator.
Machine time is only relevant if or when
the operator waits for it.
See the Lead Time video
Takes into consideration all the factors that affect capacity
(like scrap, rework, unavailable staff, downtime, etc.)
For Closed Captions translated into any language,
watch this YouTube version of this same cycle time video
and Cycle Time