PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT OEE
Real-time factory productivity
With MESbok you manage the causes of OEE and NO OEE.
What is OEE in production
OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) is the standard indicator for measuring manufacturing productivity by identifying manufacturing time that is actually productive.
The OEE Indicator is the starting point for production 4.0, i.e. having everything required to manufacture and have an effective production management system in the factory on a day-to-day basis:
- Documentation and procedures
- Real-time and automatic order feed
- Detection of inefficiencies
- Work routines such as shift changes, start of the day, etc.
How to improve production efficiency with MESbook
- Automation of data collection, processing and analysis processes for Production, Productivity, Quality, Warehouse and Maintenance.
- Real-Time Factory Management with MES System
- Paper Free Manufacturing
- Centralisation of all relevant documentation of manufacturing methods, product data sheets, instructions of any type so that there is a single access for personnel.
- Detection of inefficiencies
- LEAN 4.0 - DMAIC Projects
Advantages of the OEE indicator
Identifies the hidden factory, the causes of NO OEE
The simplest way to calculate OEE is the ratio of Total Productive Time to Planned Production Time. Total Uptime is another way of saying that only good parts are produced as fast as possible (Ideal Cycle Time) with no downtime.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Measuring a factory's OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) is important because it provides a clear and objective view of production efficiency. OEE measures the ability of machines and equipment to produce quality products in the right time and quantity, and is used to identify opportunities for improvement in production processes.
If a factory does not measure its OEE, there can be a number of negative consequences, such as lack of visibility into production performance, inability to identify bottlenecks, and missed opportunities to improve efficiency and reduce costs. In addition, without measuring OEE, it is difficult to set realistic production targets and make informed decisions about investing in new equipment and technologies.
To identify the causes of low OEE, an MES system can monitor machine downtime, idle times, cycle times and other key production data. Connecting to machines through PLC systems, OPC, etc.
This data can be used to identify bottlenecks, process inefficiencies and other problems that are affecting production performance.
In addition, an MES system can track quality problems and defective parts produced, which can be a major cause of low OEE. By identifying quality problems and defective parts, steps can be taken to improve production processes and reduce downtime associated with the production of nonconforming products.
By warnings that indicate that the line/machine is stopped at that moment. These are collected in real time and depending on the signal are automatically identified or the operator is notified for identification, and can reach up to 2 levels of no OEE. It also allows to analyze these causes of failures and non-EEO and to make improvement plans to minimize them.
The Mesbook modules can be contracted independently, although they are natively linked to each other.
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