Abbreviation for One-Touch Exchange of Die, which is closely associated to SMED, but a more difficult concept.
Changeovers can and should take less than 100 seconds, and other references mention it is as being less than one minute.
OTED requires the following actions:
– Elimination of adjustments
– Freedom from screw fastenings
– Moving towards strength and precision
– Precise and close fits
– The functional burdens of dies vis-a-vis machines
– The separation of die material and die function
– Insertion methods
– The Least Common Multiple (LCM) method
The one-touch target simply means that the exchange can be done with a single motion, rather than multiple steps.
- Calculating Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)– creativesafetysupply.com
- Why Single Minute Exchange of Die (SMED)?– kaizen-news.com
- Improving Changeover Times – How To Get It Right and Save Precious Time– blog.creativesafetysupply.com
- What are the Six Big Losses?– lean-news.com
- How to Select Ergonomic Hand Tools– creativesafetypublishing.com
- Connection between 5S and Lean– blog.5stoday.com
- What is Lean manufacturing?– iecieeechallenge.org
- 6 Lean Manufacturing Principles to Improve Your Productivity– 5snews.com