1. How is the rabbit chase used in an assembly cell? Why would you use it before you implemented the TSS?
2. How is production control accomplished in lean manufacturing? How do the parts know where to go, and how does the manufacturing system know when to make which part?
3. In Figure 29-13, there are between all the machines but only two operators. Why?
4. Figure 29-24 shows a layout for a true lean manufacturing cell with no . Why?
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