Synchronous manufacturing is a system that produces items with raw materials in the order that customer orders come in a first in first out system. Just-in-time systems operate with raw materials arriving as needed with very little stored on site. The main difference between the two systems is the manufacturing velocity. Where the ready supply of raw materials can have a negative impact on the Synchronous system the impact it does not impact the just-in-time system as they source their materials as they need them so can spread the impact from any one supplier having a shortage in supplies.
- Just-in-Time manufacturing is a production of raw materials into a product or solution as needed, without excess storage or purchase.
- Synchronous Manufacturing involves multiple manufacturing centers working together simultaneously on a project.
- Just-in-Time Manufacturing and Synchronous Manufacturing can greatly differ in production velocity, and the benefits vary on the situation.
“In synchronous manufacturing, production occurs in different production centers; some centers have constraints that limit the rate of production and some centers do not”
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