The M-Box for assembly lines helps increasing effectiveness of your manual assembly work. The smart cards identify the team members and make sure the correct work instruction is up at each station.
The IR-sensors track the takt-time of each employee and the QC pass versus fail ratio.
The M-Box production counter assists in line speed synchronization to achieve optimal product flow through your workshop.
Proximity Sensors are used to track employees’ takt time or cycle time and monitor pass versus reject ratio.
Optimal effectiveness can be realized through lowest possible (average) takt-time on the assembly work. Identification of the takt-time per employee allows targeted efforts on training and coaching to optimize individual performance in a constructive positive manner.
The production counter helps adjusting product flow speed through the work-shop, minimizing idle time.
Smart Cards identify employee, ensure right (version of) work instruction is used. It is even possible to link rejected item containers to individual employees.
Depending on the issue, relevant officers (management/supervisor, maintenance, QC) will receive an instant notification on which they will have to act and feedback to the system after solving.
When used in combination with M-Box Staff Tracking employees that are off-duty or off-premise can select not to be disturbed by notifications. Alternative supervisors (that are checked in) will then be notified.
Automatic notifications can be set to client specifications and varied per product or line:
Work instructions with normative takt-time are easily uploaded to the system via Excel sheets. Printed instructions are stored in smart folders on each work station to ensure that the correct (version of) work instruction is used.
Settings of conveyor belt speeds optimally is required to realize optimal effectiveness and avoid product buffers at one point and idle work stations at others. How does the line speed relate to the accumulated takt-time of the employees? Using production counters allows an overall analysis of the product flow on the work-floor, resulting in an optimally tuned operation with the right number of employees at the right sections of the assembly line.