Visual thinking for the shop

Every shop uses some sort of work instruction method, but the majority of the time it is not ideal. Now there is a new way to easily create and share work instructions, standardize best processes, reduce errors, increase efficiency, and most importantly, satisfy customers.

Standardized work is the foundation of continuous improvement that instructs an operator how to perform a precise sequence of work within a specified time, using standard inventory with defined tools and machines that are required to operate smoothly. Every shop uses some sort of work instruction method, but the majority of the time it is not ideal … not ideal to create, to update, to maintain, or even to use from an operator’s point of view.

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