Q: Sometimes our process is being interrupted; i.e. the oven is stopped at a different moment than planned. At that moment it is not clear whether the product will be OK or not. We will block the product and take samples to determine the quality. This could take a couple of days. Wen everything is OK the product is released, otherwise it is being scrapped. This would have a retrospective effect on the OEE I guess? A correct quality rate -and thus OEE- for the day is no longer possible in this way. What number should I now use?
Q: Where can I find an excel spreadsheet to make my registration form for OEE?
Q: After data has been collected, what is important when processing the OEE data? Continue reading
Q: What is important when collecting OEE data? Continue reading
I am an industrial engineering supervisor. I work for an automotive sensors, solenoids, and switches supplier for the automotive market. We are 53rd out of the 150 top suppliers.
I have some questions for you regarding OEE implementation and software:
Q: We measure Productivity. Now we start with OEE as easy as possible. How can I arrange that workers are not just filling out files with data. Currently we measure productivity/present time.