Lean Terms – Just in Time – Jidoka – Lead Time – Kanban


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Lead Time: Total time a part is in the system, also time a part needs to pass from the beginning to the end. Significant as this is usually also the minimum time needed to produce a product for the customer. Usually, the average value is used.

Jidoka (Autonomation): (Semi-) intelligent machines or processes that stop by itself if a problem occurs.

Just in Time: Delivery of goods exactly at the time when they are needed, in the quantity they are needed, and in good quality.

Kanban (signboard): Initially describing the signs above Japanese shops, but with respect to lean nowadays better known as the information in a pull system, usually as kanban cards. Often works with Supermarkets and FIFO lanes.

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