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The Lean Enterprise Push versus Pull Lean Foundations Continuous Improvement Training Lean Foundations Continuous Improvement Training Slide 2 freeleansite.com The purpose of the module is to allow you to become familiar with the distinction between Push and Pull systems. PurposePurpose Slide 3 freeleansite.com Pull and Flow.... Pull and Flow.... Principles of Process Analysis Flow Pull Systems Flow Pull Systems Slide 4 freeleansite.com Actions Required to get improved f - l - o - w Batch Size Reduce Set-Up times and cut lot sizes Fewer piece flow - 1 piece is usually better People Multiple Skill Development Multiple Process Handling Materials Eliminate Isolated Islands Machines Laid out in processing order right machines to ensure the flow Slide 5 freeleansite.com Pull and Flow.... Pull and Flow.... Principles of Lean Thinking Flow Pull Systems Flow Pull Systems PUSH vs. PULL SYSTEMS Slide 6 freeleansite.com Push vs Pull: What IS the Difference ? A requirement of any production operation is to enable everyone to know exactly: - what product is needed - what product is needed - by when - by when - in what quantity - in what quantity There are two ways to do it: Heres One Way - issue PRODUCTION SCHEDULES to every process using the parts from one process to drive the work at the next process - in essence PUSHING THE PARTS THROUGH THE SYSTEM Slide 7 freeleansite.com Push vs Pull: What IS the Difference ? A requirement of any production operation is to enable everyone to know exactly: - what product is needed - what product is needed - by when - by when - in what quantity - in what quantity There are two ways to do it: ONE WAY - issue PRODUCTION SCHEDULES to every process using the parts from one process to drive the work at the next process - in essence PUSHING THE PARTS THROUGH THE SYSTEM ANOTHER WAY - letting a process withdraw the parts from a preceding process or PULLING THE PARTS THROUGH Slide 8 freeleansite.com Push Systems Driven by Forecasts Parts are sent to the next Operation or stored in WIP The second operation continues even if there is a large amount of WIP from the first operation Buffers cover problems Expeditors push Hot parts PUSH SYSTEMS HAVE NO DISCIPLINE ON INVENTORY More is always better Slide 9 freeleansite.com Pull Production Customer usage rate The Customer usage rate determines the production rate in a PULL SYSTEM. TAKT TIME is that customer usage rate. Slide 10 freeleansite.com Pull Production Establishment of Pull systems between operations in the same plant Connection of operations that are at a distance from each other Elimination of inter-departmental scheduling Slide 11 freeleansite.com Pull Production Produces only whats required by the next operation The user withdraws from the producer Kanbans or Visual Systems signal the need for more Everyone sees whats required Slide 12 The Lean Enterprise Push versus Pull Lean Foundations Continuous Improvement Training Lean Foundations Continuous Improvement Training

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