Lean total cycle time

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It is a stack up bar chart that shows the balance of cycle time workload between numbers of operators typically in an assembly line.
It also is a load chart that breaks down the individual work tasks, representing the time taken. If it is kept up, as Kaizen; Continuous Improvement is applied. The strips representing the tasks are updated (trimmed) so the timing is more or less accurate. Best represents a combination with a cross training chart that shows who can perform which tasks, as they are specified, in the time that is specified.
It allows easy balancing on an assembly line to get every operator doing the same amount of work. It also allows easy “re-balancing” when the Production rates change up or down.

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Hi Carlo, thanks for the compliments.
As for 1) First I that the “unit processing time” does not include losses/waste, otherwise it would be a takt. For the cycle time I would exclude the set up time. In lean there is to my knowledge no need for a cycle time plus proportional set up time. If you want the overall speed, you use a takt. If you want to calculate a target speed of the workers similar to MTM, this would also include other parts like personal breaks.
As for 2), that is a good point, especially if it is NOT a batch process. I would consider the 5 minutes (without losses) a cycle time, and the 2 hours a process time. The question is what do you need the time for. If you want to determine the OEE based on line takt and cycle time, then you would use 5 minutes. Same if you want to determine the number of kanban.

Lean total cycle time

lean total cycle time

Hi Carlo, thanks for the compliments.
As for 1) First I that the “unit processing time” does not include losses/waste, otherwise it would be a takt. For the cycle time I would exclude the set up time. In lean there is to my knowledge no need for a cycle time plus proportional set up time. If you want the overall speed, you use a takt. If you want to calculate a target speed of the workers similar to MTM, this would also include other parts like personal breaks.
As for 2), that is a good point, especially if it is NOT a batch process. I would consider the 5 minutes (without losses) a cycle time, and the 2 hours a process time. The question is what do you need the time for. If you want to determine the OEE based on line takt and cycle time, then you would use 5 minutes. Same if you want to determine the number of kanban.

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