Factory Management & Manufacturing Best Practice Blog Posts
How To Start Implementing Lean: Clarity, Focus, Discipline, and Engagement Come First
Why do many Lean improvement projects fail to achieve their objectives? In good part, because the organization is held back by old habits and poor practices.
Reduce Manufacturing Costs with Basic Quality Assurance Systems
We wrote a few weeks ago about the most common types of internal failures in manufacturing, their impact for the manufacturer, and how simple software can be used as a preventive measure. Manufacturing managers tend to ask the same question on this topic: "How can this new approach help cut costs?"
We'll be covering this question in our blog post today.
Reducing Internal QC Failures in Manufacturing: How to Do It
If you buy products from Chinese suppliers, you’ve most likely been horrified by some of the poor quality control systems you’ve seen. In some cases, we managed to identify over 20 things that could easily go wrong within a mere 10-minutes walk on the shop floor—on fabrication & assembly or even on just a single product!
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