Just-in-time, Mechanical Engineering

Just-In-Time:

This unit begin with the discussion of Just-In-Time strategy. Several terms used in the process are also explained. JIT is an encompassing philosophy considering product design, equipment, selection, quality assurance, material management, job design, and productivity improvements. After describing JIT, Kanban is discussed with the rules and philosophy. Implementation of JIT in Industries is also explained. At last the unit ends giving detailed information regarding the advantages and disadvantages of using JIT and Kanban.

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