In the previous two clips, we described in words the elements of finding the (economic) optimum time to do service for wear elements such as rollers, slitter blades, extruder die lips and, well, you get the idea. In this clip, we show how to do this quantitatively by using an example of a process roller which, when it starts to wear, increases the cost of winding defects such as bagginess and corrugations. Key to this analysis is how to find out the costs of NOT repairing. Find out how to do this and much more on the link below.
The Web201.49c YouTube clip link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPquU7xAHAM