Lean manufacturing Glossary

A B C D E

F G H I J

K L M N O

P Q R S T

U V W X Y

Z number

A

ABC production analysis
accumulation
andon
apparent efficiency  vs true efficiency
auto eject

auto loom

automation with a human touch

 B

batch size
buffer stock

C

changeover
continuous flow

continuous improvement

converting internal set up elements to external

cycle sock

D

dropper
※the name of the automatic stopping device for each warp  thread of the auto loom invented by  by Mr. Sakichi Toyoda.

E

eliminating Waste thoroughly

error proofing (device)

external Setup Work

F

five Whys

fixed location
fluctuation

fordism

G

H

heijunka

I

internal setup work

J

jidoka

job instruction Sheet

just-in-time

 K

kaizen 

kanban

 L

local efficiency vs total productivity

 M

mizusumashi or material handler

multi machine handling

multi process handling

multi Skilled Operator

 N

 O

Ohno Taiichi

One piece flow

Operating rate

Operational availability

Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)

overburden(Muri)

Overproduction

 P

pacemaker
pitch

PM (Preventive Maintenance)

poka yoke
process capacity sheet

process study

production analysis board
production kanban
pull system

 Q

 R

right sized equipment, right sized tooling

root cause

 S

safety stock

setup reduction
seven wastes
seven  major losses in machinary

skills training matrix board
SMED (single Minute exhange of Die)

Standard in process sotock or  standard inventory
Standardized Work

Standardized Work Chart
Standardized Work combination table

 T

takt  time

Toyoda Kiichiro

Toyoda Sakichi

Toyota Production System
TPM (Total Productive Maintenance)
TPS (Toyota Production System)

 U

Unevenness

U Shape

 V

 Value Stream Mapping

visual management

Visualization

 W

Waste

WIP(work in process)

work sequence

 X

 Y

 Z

zero defects

zone control

Number

5s

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