One Piece Flow

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Manufactura Esbelta

Flujo Continuo

“El producto fluye sin tener demoras por el diseño de las operaciones, registro de ordenes, y la producción sin rechazos, desperdicios, o la necesidad de sobre inventario”

Flujo Continuo

El concepto de Flujo continuo aumenta y estabiliza la tasa de flujo del producto

Reduce el Lead Time total
Hace el ciclo de producción más predecible

La meta del LM es que los productos fluyan con la producción en una manera nivelada El flujo de una pieza es el ideal (perfección)


Flujo Continuo


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Visibilidad y comunicación Simplicidad Flexibilidad Utilización del operador Seguridad

Movimientos Manejo Esfuerzo

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Flujo Continuo



La producción nos conduce de departamentos especializados….



…a la producción en celdas enfocadas al producto con flujo de una pieza

Flujo Continuo
El layout típico de una planta-- ¡¡¡¡ es un verdadero espagueti !!!!





Flujo Continuo

Localice el equipo en secuencia apropiada y reduzca al mínimo la separación de la máquina por producto de

familia B Agrupar por la secuencia del proceso para el flujo de una pieza a la vez . C Diseñe un Flujo compartido entre los procesos/equipo.

 A Agrupar

1AA B 2A 3A


Prueba 5B 4B

En principio, evite poner operadores en un solo sub-ensamble o lineas de subensambles


1B A 2B



“Islas Aisladas”

Flujo Continuo
Alternativas del Layout
Flujo de una pieza a la vez transferida manualmente
 Muy eficiente No muy flexible Flujo en línea recta (multi-procesos)










Organice las piezas, herramientas y los materiales que se necesiten en el punto de uso.



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