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Many factories who believe they have gone Lean have in fact limited their initiatives to physical change in the sewing department. Maybe they downsize production, or they shift from the traditional line layout to a face-to-face, zigzag or U-shaped set-up. Unfortunately, these changes are often based on assumptions which lack the in-depth critical analysis of what is truly required to design and adapt the structure of the sewing department in order to fit with actual customer demand.

Furthermore, with this limited approach, many are unable to adapt to frequent changes of products. Today’s customers demand a range of fashionable and more value-added products. This requires a more flexible manufacturing platform than the traditional one-size-fits-all solution suitable for basic products ordered in long runs of the past.

The ability to face this challenge, to achieve continuous flow on the factory floor, and to maintain the factory’s desired unit profit requires advanced engineering concepts and techniques in order to design a sustainable sewing platform.

This course covers the applied engineering techniques required to analyze, simulate and design a flexible cellular manufacturing concept which can respond to a variety of products while pulling maximum benefits in a just-in-time environment


You will be able to:

  • Build flexible cellular manufacturing
  • Analyze critical path of each product family
  • Simplify product operations
  • Minimize parts manipulation and handling
  • Simulate workflow and team structure
  • Identify product or process team set-ups
  • Analyze and arrange team’s connectivity through cellular manufacturing to respond to all products
  • Initiate bump-jump balancing
  • Design overall sewing structure against demands
  • Identify key drivers to maintain workflow
  • Synchronize workflow with demand
  • Increase overall productivity

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  • Product family and process operation route analysis

  • Process operation simplification

  • Standardization considerations

  • Critical path analysis and layout types

  • Product family team-based simulation

  • Economic considerations

  • Flexible manufacturing system aligned with projection of future products

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