Core Manufacturing Implementation - The Right Emphases for Right Thinking
Core manufacturer is a device used in casting and molding processes to produce internal cavities and re-entrant angles. The core is normally a disposable item that is destroyed to get it out of the piece. They are most commonly used in sand casting, but are also used in injection molding.
In electronics, printed circuit boards, or PCBs, are used to mechanically support electronic compnts which have their connection leads soldered onto copper pads in surface mount applications or through riled holes in the board and copper pads for soldering the compnt leads in through-hole applications and CRGO etc. A board design may have all through-hole compnts on the top or compnt side, a mix of through-hole and surface mount on the top side only, a mix of through-hole and surface mount compnts like transformer stamping, CRGO etc on the top side and surface mount compnts on the bottom or circuit side, or surface mount mechanism on the top and bottom sides of the board.
Industry analysts and lean manufacturing consultants suggest that, as a first step, effectiveness should be emphasized over efficiency. But because the larger cost savings result from efficiency-driven aspects of lean Transformer manufacturing implementation, senior managers often want to emphasize efficiency rather than effectiveness right out of the gate, which often does see some initial benefits but no real long-term success. Early efforts, then, need to focus on reducing of variability in core manufacturing processes and thus increasing the quality of these processes. For example, a first step might be to perform more preventive maintenance to cut down on unplanned maintenance later on-a step that enhances effectiveness first in order to promote manufacturing quality and efficiency.