This report allows you to compare average Cycle Time, Takt Time (demand), and Run Rate (actual throughput) over a period of time for Pitches scheduled in the Production Module.
You can compare and trend data by Area, Line, Shift, and Product.
- How does the same Product perform on different lines?
- Is performance consistent across shifts?
- Are Cycle Times in line with Takt Times?
- Do some lines perform better with a certain Product?
- Are your planning rates cohesive with these metrics?
- Where are your Actual build numbers in comparison with planning and delivery?
Being able to compare, contrast, and trend this data helps identify opportunities for improvement with respect to Cycle Times, Planning Rates, and Production Execution.
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Cycle Time: the amount of time required to complete one cycle of an operation. In some manufacturing environments, the amount of time require to complete a function, job, or task from start to finish.
Takt Time: the rate at which a finished product needs to be completed in order to meet customer demand.
Run Rate: actual demonstrated throughput of finished product off a line, cell, or product flow.
Linear Cycle Time, Linear Takt Time, Linear Run Rate: plotted data points line illustrating trend.
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