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Defective products should never be collected to the next process

Kanban system that would self-destruct unless all three rules are followed. If some part is damaged encountered, then the next process in itself makes the line stopped because there is no extra units of inventory and send the defective part to the previous process. Lines like this dismissal of the next process is very clear and visible to everyone. Also, faulty operation must be eliminated to ensure the withdrawal of rhythmic than the previous process. Standardization of work, therefore, one of the kanban system is an absolute requirement.

Rules of Kanban

To realize the purpose of JIT kanban, the following rules must be followed: 1. Advanced process must draw the necessary product of the previous process in the required amount of time required 2. Previous process must produce their products in the amount drawn by the next process 3. Defective products should never be collected to the next process 4. The number of kanban must be minimized 5. Kanban should be used to adapt to fluctuations in demand for small

Understanding the JIT

In broad terms, JIT is a philosophy that focuses on timely activities required by other internal segments within an organization. JIT has four main aspects as follows: 1. All the activities are not value-added to the product or service should be eliminated. Value-added activities that do not unnecessarily increase the cost of such supplies as much as possible to zero. 2. Commitment to constantly improve the quality higher. So that the damaged and defective products as far as possible to zero, does not require the time and cost to rework defective products, and buyer satisfaction can be increased. 3. Always strived continuous improvement (Continuous Improvement) in improving the efficiency of activities. 4. Emphasis on streamlining the activities and improve the understanding of the value-added activities.