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    Measuring OEE

    Companies use OEE measurements in slightly different ways, but here are five metrics to check when assessing efficiency.

    The availability and performance of the machines should be checked, reaching for as close to 100% as possible!

    Also, check the quality. "To measure the quality output for a piece of equipment, divide the number of good pieces produced during an operating cycle by the total unit output. For a defect-free production cycle, a machine will earn a quality score of 100 per cent."

    Big losses like breakdowns or planned downtime should be included, and then calculate the OEE. 

    Recommended Read5 ways to measure manufacturing equipment efficiencySource: http://www.createdigital.org.au

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