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Here 5 must-have skills for every mechanical engineering student.
You will find the needfulness of these skills in almost every mechanical engineering field.
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What if you already know the system inside every production industry, It helps you to involve in Industry fast or boost your confidence level in the interview.
In this blog, we are going to talk about the skill of Industry Management systems, you will find these things in almost every manufacturing industry.
Total Quality Management
Total Quality Management (TQM) refers to management methods used to enhance quality and productivity in business organizations.
Total Quality Management everyone in the organization is involved in developing an improvement and prevention orientation that focuses upon the customer through teamwork.
Kaizen is defined as continuous improvement. It is a philosophy of continuous improvement involving small changes throughout all areas of an organization.
The Kaizen philosophy has been implemented in organizations around the world. It has been used as a way to improve production efficiency as well as improve employee morale and safety.
Almost every industry adopted 5S techniques to maintain a quality workplace.
It is a method of creating a self-sustaining culture that perpetuates a neat, clean, efficient workplace.
- Sort (Seiri): No unnecessary items at the workplace: “When in doubt, throw it out!”
- Set in Order (Seiton): Anyone can instantly find, take, and return any needed item: “A place for everything, and everything in its place”
- Shine (Seiso): Deviations become visual by cleaning: “Cleaning = inspection; Cleaning with meaning”
- Standardize (Seiketsu) • Visualize the 5S standards in the workplace: “Make the best way the easiest way.
- Sustain (Shitsuke) • Everybody follows the standard until we have a better one: “Stick to it!”
Almost any work environment will benefit from the structure and efficiency this model provides.
Production Planning & Control
Many organizations and industries recommenced these courses for the position of production management, quality management, production engineer.
Material handling plays a significant function in manufacturing and logistics.
This branch covers all of the fundamental operations concerned with the movement of bulk, packaged, or distinctive products in the solid or semi-solid form using material handling equipment.
One of the important facts of consideration is to perform material handling with safety and economically using different types of gadgets, tackles, and equipment.
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Least count is the smallest value any instrument can read or measure. You may hear of vernier calliper of least count 0.02 mm, which means the minimum value vernier can measure is 0.02 mm.
You can’t measure a value less than 0.02 mm with this vernier calliper.
The same thing applied to all other instruments, a usual scale of least count of 1 mm, can measure a minimum length of 1 mm only.
Vernier Caliper is a widely used linear measurement instrument with the least count of 0.02 mm. It is used to measure linear dimensions like length, diameter, depth.
Let’s discuss common Mechanical measuring instruments with their least count (Considering least count of commonly used instruments, you may find changes in special cases)
|Vernier Caliper||0.02 mm|
|Digital Caliper||0.01 mm|
|Outsite Micrometre||0.01 mm|
|Vernier Micrometre||0.001 mm|
|Digital Micrometre||0.001 mm|
|Vernier Depth gauge||0.02 mm|
|Vernier Height Gauge||0.02 mm|
|Electronic Height Gauge||0.001 or 0.0001 mm|
|Glass scale||0.1 mm|
|Steel scale||1 mm|
|Bevel Protractor||5′ (5 second)|
|Depth Micrometer||0.01 mm|
|Digital Protractor||0.1 degree|
|Pressure gauge||1 bar|
|Digital Pressure gauge||0.01 bar|
|Pressure Calibrator||0.001 bar or 0.0001 bar|
|Laser Interferometer||0.1 nm (nanometre)|
|Dial gauge||0.01 mm|
|Measuring tape||1 mm|
There is a lot more, please comment below if you are looking for the least count of any instrument.
Problems should be made visible in the Gemba. If an abnormality cannot be detected, nobody can manage the process. Thus the first principle of visual management is to spotlight problems.
When a hotel guest comes to the reception desk and asks for an aspirin or a list of good restaurants nearby, the hotel’s inability to fulfil those needs constitutes an abnormality.
By posting a list of the most frequent requests received from guests, the hotel’s management can gain an awareness of service deficiencies that need to be addressed.
Definition of Visual management
Making abnormalities visible to all employees—managers, supervisors, and workers—so that corrective action can begin at once.
If the first reason for visual management’s existence is to make problems visible, the second is to help both workers and supervisors stay in direct contact with the reality of the Gemba.
Visual management is a practical method for determining when everything is under control and for sending a warning the moment an abnormality arises.
When we take our customers on tours of Japanese factories, our hosts usually show us their display boards that allow everybody to see the production schedule and how the work is progressing. The formats are different for each plant.
Some use whiteboards, whereas others use paper; some use magnets, but the display boards are always clear and easy to understand, serving the purpose of helping people by allowing them to stay in touch with reality on the Gemba.
.It is important to never forget that visual tools have enormous power to drive improvement. This is why 5S, which sets standards and makes abnormality quickly visible, is always the first step and the last step in each kaizen journey