Review: Stamatis – The OEE Primer

by Arno Koch
Published on: June 23, 2011
Categories: Books
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Breaking down the methodology from a historical perspective, this book addresses the issues of OEE, discussing both reliability and maintainability and exploring the overall effectiveness of machines.

It introduces the classical approach to improvement along with new methods that focus on design improvement, such as Hazard analysis, ROCOF, failure rate FEA, and TRIZ.

The author covers loss of effectiveness, new machinery, electrical maintenance issues, Weibull distribution, measurement techniques, as well as mechanical and electrical reliability.

In addition to providing a glossary, the text also includes tables, forms, and examples that enhance the material presented in each chapter.

 

D.H. Stamatis – 2010 – USD 54,95  [Buy: Productivity Press]

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Review: Hintringer – Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)

by Arno Koch
Published on: June 23, 2011
Categories: Books
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In Zeiten von High-Tech und komplexen Fertigungsstrukturen ist es unumgänglich, betriebliche Anlagen so effektiv als möglich zu nutzen.

Viele Unternehmen handeln unwirtschaftlich, verschwenden bestehende Ressourcen in der Produktion, schaffen zusätzliche Ressourcen anstelle einer effektiveren Nutzung der bestehenden Ressourcen.

Der OEE ist ein Werkzeug um die Effektivität zu messen, wird aber oftmals in der Praxis falsch angewendet oder interpretiert. Dieses Buch zeigt auf, wie der OEE in der Produktion sinnvoll eingesetzt werden kann, und dessen Eignung als Effektivitätsmaß der Produktion.

Spezielle Rahmenbedingungen wie vorliegende Engpässe, sowie Wechselwirkungen auf andere logistische Kennzahlen und dem OEE sind weitgehendst unbekannt und werden in diesem Buch mittels Berechnungsbeispielen thematisiert.

Gregor Hintringer – 2010 – € 49,00   [Buy at Amazon.de]

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OEE and Six Sigma

by From OEE-Community
Published on: January 17, 2011
Comments: 2 Comments

Robert Strout ZF-Lemforder 24 Jul 2002

Most industries are striving to eliminate waste. I have been using a system different from OEE Toolkit, although I have had knowledge of it from the demo disk. Our company started 6 Sigma and used the OEE information for the basis of it’s initial projects. We found that the information from our system was lacking because of the general areas of loss. The toolkit would allow a accurate definition of losses. I was wondering if other company has used the OEE information for 6 Sigma projects and what were the results?

Hacked by Kareem

by Arno Koch
Published on: November 4, 2010
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