Line Flow in a Lean Layout

When establishing the best possible flow for a layout, there are a number of considerations that must be taken into account.

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Course Overview

When establishing the best possible flow for a layout, there are a number of considerations that must be taken into account. These considerations include making important design decisions, such as the placement of a process’s entrances and exits, and the work position of an employee.

Flexibility of your design will also be paramount so that emerging obstacles to your flow can be addressed. This course covers how to handle all these considerations, to best keep your facility functioning efficiently.

Why take this course?

To design a layout that optimizes efficiency for line flows

What am I going to learn?

  • How the entrance and exit points to each cell is important
  • How the inflow and outflow of material should be improved
  • How the work position of people can help or hurt your design
  • What common obstacles to flow are and how you can overcome them
  • How important the flexibility of your line’s components is

Who is the intended audience?

Anyone looking to design or improve work cell layouts

What am I going to receive?

  • Instruction on line flow
  • PDF transcripts for your review
  • A list of the terms used in the videos and their definitions
  • Power Point presentations to support your learning
  • Images from the videos to use as you wish
  • A badge rewarded upon successful completion of the course

 

Course Curriculum

Inflow and Outflow Designations for Cell Layouts00:00
Work Positions in the Cell00:00
Obstacles to Flow Implementation00:00
The Importance of Flexibility of your Line’s Components00:00
Quiz – Line Flow in a Lean Layout00:15

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