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OEE and Automation

oee overall equipment effectiveness and process automation

OEE and Automation combine to improve output. Learn more about how Overall Equipment Effectiveness OEE can help a company improve output and reduce costs.  Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) has been around for nearly 50 years.  It is now gaining in popularity due to improvements in automation software.
Read more on how Pepsi Bottling Venture used Overall Equipment Effectiveness to improve their output and reduce costs.

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OEE is Not TPM

lean development and process automation how oee can help your manufacturing processes

OEE is Not TPM (and Other Misunderstandings) Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is the measure most closely associated with TPM, but OEE is not equivalent to TPM. At its heart, TPM is not about complex metrics; it’s about developing the capabilities of people. Everyone is involved in pursuing the dual goals of zero breakdowns and zero defects. Production, maintenance, and engineering form an efficient partnership, and operators share “ownership” in equipment. The new attitudes and

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How OEE Works

The Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) calculation rolls the top 6 key manufacturing operating indices into one number

For more information we recommend reading: http://www.industryweek.com/lean-six-sigma/design-out-waste-and-build-lean The Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) calculation rolls the top 6 key manufacturing operating indices into one number that represents the effective operating rate for a piece of equipment or synchronized line. The percent of time the equipment or line is operating effectively, or its valuable operating time. That translates to the percentage of product produced compared to what could have been produced in the scheduled time.

The 6 Big Losses

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