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Customer Information.

Weekly working hours: 90


Working days: 5
Number of shift: 2 9 hours 1st. Shift and 9 hours 2nd. Shift
Production Lines: 1
Weekly demand (planned): 10000 pcs
Daily Demand (Planned): 2000 pcs
Shipments frequency: 1 per day

Part number Weekly requirements


A 6000
B 3000
C 1000
Total Requirements 10000

A. Is this correct?
Takt time (in seconds): 32.4 sec/pc.

B. or should be?

Takt time A (in seconds): 54 sec/pc. Cycle time A (in seconds):


Takt time B (in seconds): 108 sec/pc. Cycle time B (in seconds):
Takt time C (in seconds): 324 sec/pc. Cycle time C (in seconds):

Supplier Information.
Weekly working hours: 87
Working days: 5
Number of shift: 2 9 hours 1st. Shift and 8.4 hours 2nd. Shift
Production Lines: 1
Weekly demand (planned): 10000 pcs
Daily Demand (Planned): 2000 pcs
Shipments frequency: 1 per day

Part number Weekly requirements Op. 1 Op. 2


SUB A 6000 30 28
SUB B 3000 24 22
SUB C 1000 33 34
Total Requirements 10000

A. Is this correct?
Takt time (in seconds): 31.32 sec/pc.

B. or should be?

Takt time SUB A (in seconds): 52.2 sec/pc. Cycle time SUB A (in second
Takt time SUB B (in seconds): 104.4 sec/pc. Cycle time SUB B (in secon
Takt time SUB C (in seconds): 313.2 sec/pc. Cycle time SUB C (in secon
9 hours 2nd. Shift

Cycle time A (in seconds): 54


Cycle time B (in seconds): 27
Cycle time C (in seconds): 9

8.4 hours 2nd. Shift

Internal Processes
Op. 3 Op. 4 Op. 5 Op. 6 Op. 7 Op. 8 Op. 9 Op. 10
26 27 27 28 31 28 26 29
21 18 19 23 18 21 23 20
29 33 28 27 34 28 30 32
Cycle time SUB A (in seconds): 28
Cycle time SUB B (in seconds): 20.9
Cycle time SUB C (in seconds): 30.8
Total Cycle Time (sec)
280
209
308
According to APICS dictionary:

takt time : Sets the pace of production to match the rate of customer demand and becom
the heartbeat of any lean production system. It is computed as the available production tim
divided by the rate of customer demand. For example, assume demand is 10,000 units pe
month, or 500 units per day, and planned available capacity is 420 minutes per day. The ta
time = 420 minutes per day/ 500 units per day = 0.84 minutes per unit. This takt time mea
that a unit should be planned to exit the production system on average every 0.84 minute
Syn: tact time.

cycle time : 1) In industrial engineering, the time between completion of two


discrete units of production. For example, the cycle time of motors assembled
a rate of 120 per hour would be 30 seconds. 2) In materials management, it
refers to the length of time from when material enters a production facility until
exits. Syn: throughput time.