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can anyone please explain me exactly what is tear down time. is that always same as machine hours.

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jaya

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 04:54 AM

    The downtime of a machine following a given production order which usually involves removing parts such as jigs and fixtures and which must be completely finished before setting up for the next order.

    For understnading in short this can be taken as a reverse of set up time.

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    Soundararajan M.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 04:55 AM

    tear down time is oppposite ot setup time..Once you setup you start machining..agter machining to remove the object from m/c, it will take some time..this is called teardown time.

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      Hi

      This Tear Down Value is Entered during Routing and U can make this Field not Mandatory by making the following Setting

      1.) Go To Work Center-- Basic Data Tab Page

      2.) Select " No Checking" in the drop Down Menu Against the Labour Field

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      palaniappan

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