My roommate needs 1 minute to put the tray into the oven and there they bake for 9 minutes. After that they have to cool for 5 minutes. In the end my roommate has to put the dozen cookies into a box, which takes him 2 minutes to do and another minute for receiving the payment. This is 6+2+1+9+5+2+1(all in minutes)= 26 minutes. The first order will take 26 minutes to be finished.
This is called the throughput time. Diagram 1: Kristen’s Cookies Process Flow Diagram 2. How many orders can you fill in a night, assuming you are open four hours each night? The maximum orders that Kristen’s Cookies can fill per night, assuming hours of four each night is a total of 22 orders with (.4) extra time for cleanup. Data: 4hrs/night = 4hrs.
1. It will take Kristen's Cookie Company 26 minutes to fill a rush order of one dozen because washing the bowl and beaters, adding the ingredients and mixing the ingredients takes 6 minutes; spooning the cookies takes 2 minutes per dozen; putting the cookies in the oven takes 1 minute; cooking time is 9 minutes; letting them cool takes 5 minutes; it takes 2 minutes to pack each box; and it takes 1 minute to accept payment. All of these processes add up to 26 minutes. 2. Assuming Kristen's Cookie Company is open for four hours each night, Kristen's Cookie Company can successfully complete 22 orders of a dozen cookies each.
• • • • • • • Washing & Mixing = Spooning = Placing in Oven / Setting Timer = Baking = Cooling = Packing in Box = Payment = Total Activity Time: 6 minutes (dozen) 2 minutes (per tray) 1 minute 9 minutes 5 minutes (activity 2) 2 minutes (activity 2) 1 minute (activity 3) 26 minutes (one dozen, “worker paced line”) Kristen is responsible for 8 minutes of production related to activity 1= capacity of . 125 batches/minutes x 60 minutes=7.5 dozens/hour Roommate is responsible for 18 minutes of production related to activities 2 and 3=.55556 batches/minute x 60 minutes – 3.33 dozens/hour Process Capacity = Capacity of the bottle neck = 1/10 min (10 min includes set the timer and oven)= .10 Flow rate = Process Capacity = 1/10 min (This number includes time in oven)=.10 Time to finish X batches = Time through an empty process + (X-1)/Flow rate If total time = 4hr, then 4hrs = 4hrs*60 min/hr = 26 min + (X-1) /(1/10 min) 240 min = 26 min + (X-1)*10min (X-1)*10min = 240min – 26min = 214/10 X-1 = 21.40 X = 22.40 orders for one dozen cookies Therefore, in 4 hrs, Kristen can fulfill 22 orders of 1 dozen cookies 2) How much of your
At this point, I take my original, dry mixture and gradually beat it into the wet mixture. Finally, I stir in the quintessential ingredients, the chocolate chips. Next, take our concoction and use spoons to scoop it from the bowl and place rounded drops of cookie dough on the baking sheets. I put twelve spoonfuls of dough on each baking sheet, baking twenty-four cookies at one time. Next, I put them in our preheated oven, and I set the timer for ten minutes.
Breakfast cakes are easy to make and can be prepared ahead of time. 8. The batter stays well in the freezer for couple weeks until they are needed or they can be kept in the refrigerator until ready to use. BODY The first step when making breakfast cakes is sifting flour and combining seasoning. A.
Case Report: Kristen’s Cookie Company (A1) Wash & Mix 6m Spooning 2m Heating 1m Baking 9m Pack & Pay 3m Cooling 5m Wash & Mix 6m Spooning 2m Heating 1m Baking 9m Pack & Pay 3m Cooling 5m Figure 1 - Process flow chart of Kristen's Cookie Company 1. The question is asking for the flow time of the process, which is the time taken for a unit (a dozen cookies) to be completed. Based on Figure 1, we can easily determine this. The total time required to fill in a rush order includes washing and mixing (6m), spooning (2m), heating (1m), baking (9m), cooling (5m), and packing (3m), which totals up to 26 minutes. ------------------------------------------------- Flow time=Time required for all processes=F6+2+5+9+1+3=26 minutes 2.
The company has 60 hours available each week for molding. After the tiles are molded they are baked in a kiln: 0.27 hour for a batch of 100 larger tiles and 0.58 hour for a batch of l00 smaller tiles. The company has 105 hours available each week for baking. After baking, the tiles are either colored or patterned and glazed. This process takes 0.16 hour for a batch of 100 larger tiles and 0.20 hour for a batch of 100 smaller tiles.
Case Report: Kristen’s Cookie Company Do Tra My – Section 24 1. Process Analysis: The flow chart is included in the Appendix Task | Order Entry | Wash+Mix | Spooning | Setting | Baking | Cooling | Packing | Accepting Payment | Total | Resource | None | You | You | Roommate + Oven | Oven | None | Roommate | Roommate | | Cycle Time (mins/dozen) | 0 | 6 | 2 | 1 | 9 | 5 | 2 | 1 | 26 | Capacity(dozens/hour) | Infinity | 10x3=30 | 30 | 60 | 6.67 | 12 | 30 | 60 | | Flow Time (mins) | | 6 | 2 | 1 | 9 | 5 | 2 | 1 | 26 | Table 1: Process Analysis Assumptions: * Order is for a full box (a dozen cookies), * The rush order takes priority before any other order The amount of time to fill a rush order is equal to the sum of the cycle time of all stages: 6+2+1+9+5+2+1 = 26 minutes 2. Assumptions: * Each person orders only one box (one dozen) and orders are constant and unlimited * The first order came in at the beginning of operation hours Total amount of operation hours in minutes: 4x60 = 240mins. The process analysis above showed us that the bottle neck of the process was the combination of two stages: setting and baking, which accounted for 10minutes in total. * Capacity of the bottle neck = capacity of the process = 60/10 = 6 dozens/hour.