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In this video, you will learn how to use your Standard Work Combination Sheet for Run Cycle Analysis and SMED Quick Changeover Setup Reduction
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This section analyzes only those Work Elements that happen EVERY Run Cycle
(stripping out the 'Out of Cycle Work' elements that have any other Frequency)
The most popular reason for doing Run Cycle Analysis is for SMED Quick Changeover Setup Reduction
to reduce batch sizes, to harvest the many benefits of lean flow
The sum of Process Times for only those Work Elements that happen EVERY Run Cycle
Frequency = '♥Run'
(or blank, which defaults to '♥Run')
This Process Time does NOT include Personal Fatigue and Delay
Use your Value Stream Mapping template to determine the Optimum Changeover Batch Size for (only) the Pacemaker process, which usually establishes the batch size for every other upstream and downstream process in the entire value stream.
Process Time (with Personal Fatigue and Delay) for anything that doesn't happen EVERY Run Cycle.
Work Elements with any Frequency other than '♥Run' (or blank, which defaults to '♥Run')
Run Time Available = Work Time Available minus Out of Cycle Work
Takt Time per Run Cycle = (Run Time Available / Demand) * Quantity per Run Cycle
Takt Time is your planning drumbeat.
How often completed Run Cycle batches NEED to come out the end of the pipe.
'Target Cycle Time' is usually equal to 'Takt Time per Run Cycle', but you can also manually adjust it for other factors of Sales & Operations Planning.
Click the button for either 'All Operators' or 'Selected Operators'
Do all of your editing on the 'StdWk' sheet, because any editing that you do on a Combination Table (-C) sheet will be overwritten the next time that you chart operators
External Operators and External Steps are shown on the Standard Work Combination Sheet, but are excluded from the chart and from calculations, which makes this a powerful tool for SMED Quick Changeover Setup Reduction