Lean Tooling DVD Package
Introduction to Lean Tooling: By following the five phases of Lean Tooling outlined in the Lean Tooling workbook and this video, teams of people are able to eliminate the time that is wasted while people search for tooling. Starting with a way to measure management commitment, to collecting baseline data, to drawing an area map then creating new tooling standards, this program will show you what needs to happen to eliminate wasted tooling resources. An Introduction to Lean Tooling examines how manufacturing companies are using lean tooling as an integral part of lean manufacturing to immediately cut costs, drastically reduce production lead time, and ensure quality. Lean Tooling will help you organize your tooling so you can find every tool you need in less than 30 seconds. It will help you get tooling ready faster so that setup time is minimized. It will help you be able to rely on your tools for precision, so inspection time can be eliminated. The video will also show you ways of reducing administrative tooling costs by demonstrating KANBAN systems for keeping track of tooling inventory.
Lean Tooling in Action: This program show you case studies from four companies who have successfully implemented lean tooling, PLUS learn specifically what you can to do be more like those companies. Lee Blake Precision Machining, see how they've integrated lean tooling into their daily work practices, saving a tremendous amount of time and money. K&A Machine & Tool, where a Kanban system was used to control tooling insert usage. Classic Turning, where employees are solving tooling and changeover problems through teamwork and continuous improvement. Lean Tooling practices can bring immediate and powerful results - learn how to implement it at your facility.
Len Tooling: The RIght Tool at the Right Time: The purpose of Lean Tooling is simple: to ensure that the right tool, in good condition, is in the hands of the right person, at the right time, in the right place. To do that, the authors have created a unique five-phase process. This text targets tools and tooling. But so much waste has grown around tools and tooling that you must deal with equipment processes, and people as well. The job of Lean Tooling is to eliminate all waste in the process while it performs its purpose. After all, anybody can do it with lots of money. Lean Tooling goes far beyond quick changeovers, setup reductions and the 5S program. It provides autonomous maintenance for tooling, a kanban for tooling program, complete standardization, and visual control systems.