What is OEE? What is TEEP? What is the difference? The main difference between OEE, OOE, and TEEP is availability or time. The importance of understanding these metrics is essential so you can accurately forecast, plan and schedule production. Regardless of what the numbers are, if they have been consistent, you can now, with a high degree of accuracy, schedule what you can manufacture for your customers. Once you understand these measures, you can then begin to look at each of the loss categories, speed, quality, operational and planned, and use the appropriate reliability tool to reduce the losses. Learn more about how to assess these metrics in your production with MachineMetrics.
In last week’s blog post, we discussed Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE), the most commonly used manufacturing metric to understand, measure, and improve current performance. To review, OEE is measured by combining a machine’s performance, availability, and quality. In this way, OEE helps you to identify potential losses and understand where your process is falling short. But OEE alone is just the first step to fully understanding your performance. Read More