MachineMetrics Blog

START DRIVING DECISIONS WITH MACHINE DATA.

Ready to empower your shop floor?

Learn More
Categories:

    Do you know the difference between OEE and OPE?

    Do you know the difference between OEE and OPE?

    While OEE is all about machine performance, OPE tells a slightly different story. 

    Tulip said, "If you’re only measuring OEE, you might not be isolating–or even measuring–the factors contributing to low effectiveness. OPE accounts for the full range of variables and steps that impact a manufacturing process. It’s an end-to-end account of the value stream."

    Utilizing both metrics together can really give you some insight and help you decide how to more forward. 

    Recommended ReadOEE vs. OPE - How To Get The Most From Your Machine DataSource: http://tulip.co

    If OEE is designed to present a picture of machine performance, OPE broadens the perspective to account for what’s happening around the machine.(quality = good units / total units) Performance – A measure of the machine’s throughput relative to its designed capacity The equation to calculate OEE looks like this:  In the digital era, calculating OEE is easier than ever.Read More

    START DRIVING DECISIONS WITH MACHINE DATA.

    Ready to empower your shop floor?

    Learn More

    Comments

    Leave a comment

    Subscribe to our mailing list