In this post: TPM in a nutshell Linking Industry 4.0 (smart factories) to TPM TPM autonomous maintenance in 4.0 environment Can Industry 4.0 rejuvenate Total Productive Maintenance? The youngest among my blog readers may not understand what I mean with Total Productive Maintenance, this pre-Lean management approach to maximize machines and equipment effectiveness and aiming … Continue reading Can Industry 4.0 rejuvenate Total Productive Maintenance?
Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is probably the most widespread and well-known among KPIs in industry, which does not mean that everyone likes it. OEE rescue is a series of posts that aim to balance the love-hate comments about this KPI as well as debunking some myths and misconceptions. In this post: OEE is composite and … Continue reading OEE Rescue: OEE is composite and does not tell much per se
Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) was a big thing in the late 1980s, got lot of attention, tried to go from “maintenance” to “management” and finally faded out into oblivion. This analysis is my own, you may respond in comments. Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) originated in Japan with Nippondenso in the 1960s and is an evolution … Continue reading Why No One Talks About TPM Anymore?
Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is a KPI which reflects overall equipment or machine performance in a single number, expressed in %. OEE compares the actual ok output to the total output achievable in perfect conditions. As perfect conditions are not likely to be permanently granted, OEE is a mere theoretical benchmark, nevertheless something operational staff … Continue reading The very minimum to know about Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is a well-known KPI in many industries for nearly forty years in western countries. It reflects overall performance in a single number, and is built upon or integrating three other metrics: Availability, Performance and Quality. Availability is the readiness of the machine / equipment to operate when required Performance is the … Continue reading Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is a Goal Tree