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Since 1989
Equipment Maintenance : Step 1 2 3

ACMA Centre for Technology


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Equipment
Maintenance :
Step 1 2 3

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My
Machine
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OR
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Why there is a
Difference in two
words MY ?
Answer
= Refer last slide

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MY

Machine

My machine is a

part of Total
Employee Involvement and it is
matter of SELF-PRIDE*
*Self Pride = Owning the responsibility
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In productivity improvement ,

focus is frequently on operator.


It is true that operators work

deserve some attention , but when


we clearly define operators work
, FOCUS SHOULD BE ON

MACHINES

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Machines are assets of


company like People , THEN
WHY NOT TO IMPROVE THE
MACHINE CONDITIONS

And goal should be

BE PERFECT
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BE PERFECT

Means..
ZERO INCIDENCES of any type of
unexpected failures *

* Unexpected Failure = A reason which does not allow to run the machine.

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Goal BE PERFECT
Exercise for the participants :List down possible unexpected machine failures
in your company , zone , cell / line
1.
5.
2.
6.
3.
7.
4.
8.
* Unexpected Failure = a reason which does not allow to run the machines.

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Goal BE PERFECT

Now understand at this point


Various unexpected failures

=
Losses in various forms
* Unexpected Failure = a reason which does not allow to run the machines.

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Goal BE PERFECT
Let us make it further EASY

Unexpected FAILURES = LOSSES

* Unexpected Failure = a reason which does not allow to run the machines.

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Goal BE PERFECT
So what is our answer to these failures ?

A] Can we eliminate the failures ?


B] Can we reduce the failures ?
C] Can we postpone the failures ?
YES , then FAQ * = HOW ?
* FAQ = Frequently Asked Question
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Failures
Let us understand the effect of the failures
Available time = Company start to close
Non -productive
actions

Gross machine time


Downtime /
Breakdowns

Net machine time


Useful time

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Non Quality

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Failures
Let us understand the effect of the failures
Available time = Company start to close
Useful time

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Non Quality

Breakdowns

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Non -productive actions

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So Let us make improvements

through

My Machine
( STEP 1 ,2 ,3 )
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Implementation methodology :1. Select one machine from critical machines


2. Select the team for My Machine ( Team must consist of all
Head of Departments , Production Head, Engineers from
Mechanical , Electrical , Electronics areas. Production head will

be the team leader.)


3. Communicate to all employees for launch of this My
Machine program.
4. Follow C L I T concept
TRAIN THIS TEAM by using this training material FIRST .
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Implementation methodology :- Contd


5. Decide daily improvement working time by this team
6. Track progress of the improvements ( Dont forget to track
attendance of team members. Assign responsibilities for data
updating )
7. Implement Step 1 , 2 and 3

7. Achieve Zero Unexpected failures


8. Hand over this machine to operator for maintaining after
making machine completely Visual * with C L I T Standards
* Visual = Explained at the later part of presentation
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Things to be made available before Implementation


1. Set of Various tools ( Spanners , Allen keys )
2. 200 Abnormality tags * with tying threads , rubber bands
( 2 Colors 100 each ) and two small boxes
3. Cleaning items ( Cotton rags , cloths , wire / soft Brushes , used
/ new tooth brushes ) .
4. Set of hand gloves
5. A copy of Machine manual
6. Digital camera ( Assign responsibility )
7. Set of simple printed / Xeroxed formats**
* Abnormality tag = refer next slide
** Formats = Available at the end
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ACT

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12 mm

ACT

ACMA

Abnormality TAG

Abnormality TAG

RED

WHITE

Small Abnormality found


here
Machine :____________ M/C
No.____

Small Abnormality found


here
Machine :____________ M/C
No.____

Sub-assembly:___________________

Sub-assembly:___________________

110 mm

Date :-_____/____/ 20__


Description of Abnormality
Found by :-____________________

Remove this sheet after attaching to


Abnormality place and use it as a ref.. copy

Date :-_____/____/ 20__


Description of Abnormality
Found by :-____________________

Remove this sheet after attaching to


Abnormality place and use it as a ref.. copy

80 mm

Print in duplicate with carbon paper between


two and then stapler pin at top
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Step 1 , 2 and 3
Step 1 ,2 and 3 are the foundation steps in machine improvement

STEP 1 =
STEP 2

THOROUGH CLEANING of all parts of machine

= Make machine for

Easy C L I T

STEP 3 = Formulation of LUBRICATION and


CLEANING STANDARDS

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Step 1

Step 1

```````THOROUGH
CLEANING```````````
of all parts of machine
Action

Purpose

Thorough cleaning
( All Sides of the
machine)

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* Cleaning is Checking
* Identify defects

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How
My machine
compaign

Result
Example
No oil Leak
No air leak

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Step 1

Step 1

```````THOROUGH

CLEANING```````````
of all parts of machine

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Step 1

Cleaning
What is Cleaning ?

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Step 1

Cleaning
Machine is like a Baby
, like baby it does not
remain clean itself

. External agency
( Mother ) should
maintain the baby.
Note :- BABY grows over a time period , machine does not
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Step 1

Cleaning
Cleaning does not mean
Bathing without head wash
( Cleaning some part of machine )
A CROW BATH

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Step 1

Cleaning
How we Prepare for a bath ?
First we remove maximum possible clothes
( Removing maximum guards from m/c)
. Then we ensure cleaning media that is Water
( Kerosene , Industrial cleaner for machine )

. We also ensure availability of Shampoo , soap which is for

different parts of the body


( for machines ,use different cleaning agent for different parts )
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Step 1

Cleaning
How we bath ?

.. With the help of cleaning media , we first remove all


possible dust from entire body ( Remove dust from entire
parts of machine)

. Then we scrub oily , dirty areas with scrubber


. We immediately wash this scrubbed area and see the
improvement ( No test facility available other than eyes and
hands )
We also give major attention for the hidden areas Like
?????
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Step 1

Cleaning
How we bath ?

Hidden areas Means . Areas which are normally have less


space between two parts

Example :-Areas between two fingers of feet


- In machines , areas between slides , slots

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Step 1

Cleaning
How we bath ?
Now at this point can we convert bathing

sequence in a flow chart as follow :( Refer Next slide )

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Step 1

Cleaning
How we bath ?... bathing sequence
Clean

Next Day

CHECK
Correct
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Step 1

Cleaning
Now , Can we say..

CLEANING
means

CHECKING
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Step 1

Cleaning
Clean each and every part of the machine
- Top of the machine
- Below machine
- Inside guards ( Remove all guards )
- Motor fans ( Remove fan guard)
- Inside belt guards

- Electrical panel should be cleaned


by Electrical persons only
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AND

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Checking

Step 1

While cleaning , check Abnormalities and attach relevant


tags ( White / Red )

You can look for following Abnormalities


( These are sample Abnormalities , you will get much more
Abnormalities in your machine )

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Checking

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check following while cleaning


the machine

Step 1

Loose components
Rusted parts
Loose wires
Broken parts
Cracked parts
Air leak
Oil leak
Coolant leak
Dirt and dust in the parts
Oil spillage on the floor
Swarf around the machine
Unwanted materials
Missing parts
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Step 1

CHECKING for Abnormalities

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Step 1

CHECKING for Abnormalities

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Step 1

CHECKING for Abnormalities


Missing

Missing

Missing
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Now implement Step 1

Step 1

1.1 Go to your machine and switch off the main power supply.
( Remove Fuses )
1.2 Start cleaning the machine.
1.3 Find Abnormalities in the machine and its accessories.
1.4 Fill up the details in the RED or white Abnormality tag based
on the nature of the Abnormality.

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Now implement Step 1 Contd.

Step 1

What to be filled in the Abnormality tag?

1) Machine Number
2)Date
3) Sub-Assembly of the machine or location where Abnormality

noticed
eg. Cylinder, Hydraulic tank, Lubrication tank, Motor, etc.
4)Found by (Employee name / number)
5) Description of Abnormality (Use correct words )

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Now implement Step 1 Contd.

Step 1

1.5 Take corrective action on White tag


( Write details of action taken on backside of the tag )

1.6 Remove White tag


1.7 Keep removed tags in the box
1.8 RED tags to be removed ( after correction ) by experts (

Maintenance , Engineering etc. )


1.9 Before leaving machine , ensure that NO WASTE , Dirt is
lying near the machine and Machine is running normally

1.10 Now , enter the details of Abnormality tags in the


Abnormality list format ( required for further analysis )
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Step 1 , 2 and 3
Step 1 ,2 and 3 are the foundation steps in machine improvement

STEP 1 =
STEP 2

THOROUGH CLEANING of all parts of machine

= Make machine for

Easy C L I T

STEP 3 = Formulation of LUBRICATION and


CLEANING STANDARDS

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Step 1 , 2 and 3

Step 2

Step 1 ,2 and 3 are the foundation steps in machine improvement

STEP 1 =
STEP 2

THOROUGH CLEANING of all parts of machine

= Make machine for

Easy C L I T

STEP 3 = Formulation of LUBRICATION and


CLEANING STANDARDS

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Step 2

STEP 2
Make machine for

Easy C L I T
C= Clean , L= Lubricate

I = Inspect , T= Tighten
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STEP 2

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= Make machine for

Action

Easy C L I T

Purpose

1) Convert difficult to clean


to easy to clean
2) Convert difficult to see
to easy to see

Step 2

Result

* Clean & tidy machine


* No forced detorioration
* To avoid machine failure
* Identify abnormality &
correct on continous basis
3) Convert difficult to lubricate To facililate daily/periodic * To avoid machine failure
to easy to lubricate
lubricatiion
due to inadequate / no
lubrication
* To indentify frequency of
oil change,leakages on
continous basis
4) Implement machine
Achieve wet to dry
* Preventing forced
modification kaizen
(Localized cover,preventing detoriaorationof machine parts
contomination at source
* Cleaning time reduction

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To Facililate daily
cleaning by operator
To Facililate inspection
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Step 2

Examples
Difficult to Clean
to

Easy to Clean

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Easy to clean
Before

Idea :Slope bed


After

Difficult to remove the


burr from the machine
bed

Fixture and drill head


mounted in the hollow
frame bed with burr
collection tray

Solid machine bed

Hollow bed

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Step 2

Benefits

1. Reduced cleaning
time from 5 minutes to
1 minute

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Easy to Clean / Lubricate

Idea : Shifting

Before

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Step 2

After

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Step 2

Examples
Difficult to Inspect
to

Easy to Inspect

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Easy to Inspect
Before

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Idea :Air flow indicator


After

Difficult to inspect
exhaust fan working

Step 2
Benefits

Provided air flow indicator 1. Reduced inspection


with plastic ball
time from 2 minutes to
arrangement
1 minute
2. Eliminated unsafe
condition

Scope for Horizontal


Deployment :

Exhaust fan

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All CNC machines with


Air flow indicator air cooler

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Step 2

Make things easy to see

Before

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After

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Easy to inspect
Before

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Idea :Provide mirror


After

Difficult to check leak at Provided mirror to ease


the back during leak test leak check at the back

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Step 2
Benefits

1. Customer complaint due


to error in testing eliminated

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Step 2

Easy to inspect

Idea :Provide VCS

Oil condition monitoring board

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Step 2

Make things
easy to see

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Step 2

Examples
Difficult to Lubricate
to

Easy to Lubricate

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Easy to lubricate
Before

Idea :Oil funnel


After

Difficult to fill oil in the


lub tank due to smaller
mouth

Step 2
Benefits

Provided oil filling funnel 1. Eliminate oil


with big mouth
spillage's.
2. Wet to dry.
3. Reduced lubrication
time from 2 minute to
1/2 minute.

Scope for Horizontal


Deployment :

Small oil fill mouth


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Oil filling funnel

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All machines with lub tank

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Easy to lubricate
Before

Idea : Knurled plug


After

Difficult to fill oil in the


speed gear box

Step 2

Benefits

Provided knurled plug for 1. No tools required to


oil filling port
fill
oil
2. Reduced lubrication
time
from 4 minutes to 1
minute

MS plug - requires
spanner to remove

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Knurled plug

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Step 2

Easy to lubricate
Before

After

Lub tank
brought at
front side

JH step 2
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Step 2

Examples
Prevent contamination
at source to achieve

Wet to Dry

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Wet to dry
Before

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Idea : Localized Cover


After

Mitsuiseiki HMC

Step 2
Benefits

1. No spillage of burr and


on the floor

Burr splash during


machining on the floor

Provided localized cover


to avoid burr splash
during machining

2. Reduce cleaning time


from 45 minutes to 10
minutes
3. Better house keeping

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Wet to dry
Before

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Idea : Localized Cover


After

Systec Drill & Tap SPM


Coolant splash during
machining on the floor

Step 2
Benefits

1. No spillage of burr and


coolant on the floor

Provided localized cover


to avoid coolant splash
during machining

2. Reduce cleaning time


from 15 minutes to 2
minutes
3. Better house keeping

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Step 2

Wet to dry

Idea : Coolant jet cleaning to avoid burr flying

Before - Air Cleaning

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Step 2

Wet to dry

Idea : Cover to avoid burr flying

Before - No closed enclosure

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Examples

Step 3

Step 3

Handing over the M/C to


Operator for executing
daily checks ( C,L,I,A )
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Visual Controls
Activity

Symbol

Step 3

Tools

Clean

Lub

Inspection

NO

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Step 3

How to prepare Cleaning , Lubrication and


Inspection Standard ?
1. Draw a Schematic diagram of Various CLI points of the
Machine.
2. Mark various locations for C L I on diagram.
3. Start using this standard.
4. Design simple daily C L I monitoring Checklist.

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Step 3

Color code for frequency


Daily Weekly Fortnightly Monthly

Clean
Lub

Inspect

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Formats

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Abnormality List

Machine No.
S. Date of
N. detection

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Found
by

Abnormality

Why it has
happened

What is to be
done to correct
it ( Action )

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TAG :onsibi
R/W
lity

Target
Date

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ATTENDANCE
Name / Date 1

S.N.

Time

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SHEET
4

for the month ..


9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Daily

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TOTAL PERSONS
PRESENT
OUT OF
SIGNATURE OF TEAM
LEADER

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Answer for the Word

MY
It is our decision
. Our belief
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Thank You
For more details , Contact

ACMA Centre for Technology


Office No. C, 10th Floor, Godrej Eternia,
Old Mumbai Pune Highway, Wakdewadi , Shivaji Nagar Pune 411005, India
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