1. Implementation of asynchronous systems We know that […]
1. Implementation of asynchronous systems
We know that the traditional production system usually works as a chain of workstations, where each station has different execution times.
However, when in this type of system it is sought to implement a synchronized car assembly line, what tends to happen is that many waiting times are triggered in certain workstations that, eventually, delay production.
On the other hand, with the implementation of asynchronous systems, you encourage the lines to flow more by creating accumulation buffers in the workstations, in order that the production continues to advance so that, if any station is saturated, it continues to the following stations in which the other is released.
2. Ergonomic assembly line
The second measure to optimize your assembly lines is to make sure that they are fully ergonomic, that is, that the workstations adapt to the height and position of the operators, so that they carry out their activities efficiently.
3. Adaptability to new products
Finally, it is very important to analyze that your assembly lines are adaptable to the new products that begin to be manufactured within the plant, since in this way, it is possible to guarantee a robust production system that is flexible and reduces production times. waiting.
With these tips, you can maximize the productivity of your assembly lines, avoiding setbacks that affect your indicators.
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