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1998/June
Author:Bob Baldwin, Editor
Kaizen means continuous improvement. It was one of the few Japanese words I understood, until I had an opportunity to spend some time with Masaaki Imai, chairman of the Kaizen Institute and author of Gemba Kaizen ...
Monday, 01 June 1998 | 2150 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
1998/June
Author:Bob Williamson
In nearly all of the 250 or so equipment-intensive plants and facilities I have visited, taught, and worked in over the past 30 years, I have observed the relationship between the skills of employees and the reliability ...
Monday, 01 June 1998 | 1567 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
1998/June
Author:Daniel L. Davis and Ronald Hemming, Maintenance Technologies International, LLC
Solid management process supported by CMMS can ensure that parts and materials are available and costs are documented. A plant's maintenance storeroom is set up to provide maintenance personnel with the parts and materials needed to keep the...
Monday, 01 June 1998 | 2247 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
1998/June
Author:Robert C. Hansen
If overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) improvement is used as an aggressive business strategy, a productive manufacturing operation will evolve faster. Companies have used a variety of approaches to help...
Monday, 01 June 1998 | 3353 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
1998/June
Author:Robert R. Viosca, HSB Reliability Technologies
Visual representation of steps necessary to reach top levels of maintenance and reliability performance. One issue that all companies deal with is what steps are needed to achieve world-class performance in their maintenance...
Monday, 01 June 1998 | 2497 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
1998/June
Author:Victor Wowk, P.E., Machine Dynamics
Mass balancing of rotating machinery can reduce noise, allow higher speeds, increase bearing life, and more. Here is an overview of the process and instrumentation. Mass balancing compensates for less-than-perfect...
Monday, 01 June 1998 | 6231 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more


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