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Friday, November 16, 2012

INFOGRAPHIC: Lean Manufacturing Explained

Many architectural product manufacturers utilize the "Lean Manufacturing Process" to eliminate waste, create better efficiency within their manufacturing facility(ies) and optimize work flow.

Below is an infographic outlining the particulars of Lean created by Unitherm Insulation Systems.  Please click the image below to explore in greater depth.

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  1. Moreover, because the precision of our measurements can always be increased by gathering more data or acquiring better equipment, p-values in the social sciences are nothing more than measures of the effort and money we invest in acquiring more precise measurements, even though many of us would like to think of p-values as a measure of the truth of our hypotheses.

  2. Most of the basic goals of Lean Manufacturers systems are common sense, and documented examples can be seen as early as Benjamin Franklin. Poor Richard's Almanacsays of wasted time, "He that idly loses 5s. worth of time, loses 5s., and might as prudently throw 5s. into the river." He added that avoiding unnecessary costs could be more profitable than increasing sales: "A penny saved is two pence clear. A pin a-day is a groat a-year. Save and have."