The OEE report is all about seeing the efficiency of your production process. You can analyse OEE based on stations, products, shifts or operators. Each of the options gives you a unique way of seeing your production process so that you can spot trends and understand how each of the OEE components (performance, availability, quality) affect your overall efficiency.

OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) is a lean manufacturing tool and universal best practice to monitor, evaluate and improve the effectiveness of a production process. This could be an assembly line, machine cell, packaging line, filling machine, etc.

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What does the OEE chart show?

The OEE chart visualises how effectively you utilise your plant and production equipment. It allows you to see how the three components of OEE change in time and what effect does each of them have on the overall OEE percentage.

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What production data is displayed in the OEE data table?

The data table in the OEE report gives you information based on stations, products, shifts and operators. No matter the category you choose to analyse, you will have information regarding availability, technical availability, performance, quality and OEE.

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The Total of OEE is calculated as weighted average, taking into account the planned production time.

Planned production time = Shift time - Planned stops

Note: Please find the description of the general reports features here.