Anindya Rachma Dwicahyani, Zain Lillahulhaq, Lucky Setya Wicaksono


Productivity is one of the performance indicators of a production process. Manufacturing companies are required to increase the productivity of their production processes sustainably to save production costs and improve quality and company competitiveness [1]. In manufacturing companies, one of the problems encountered on the production floor is mould/dies exchange problems. To reduce machine downtime, mould changes need to be carried out in the shortest possible time using an effective and efficient method. One of the methods used for analyzing and improving the technique of changing the mould is the Single- minute Exchange of Dies (SMED) method. SMED is a technique developed in lean manufacturing studies where mould changes need to be done in the shortest possible time (single-minute) [2].

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