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Robots Manufacturing

Constant monitoring of the autonomous maintenance program is needed or it will deteriorate just as the machines will without the program. Autonomous maintenance has become self sufficient at this point and external Read more…

Autonomous Maintenance and Standardization

Standardization is defined as establishing methods and procedures to improve reliability and maintainability. This can include: Read more…

Autonomous Maintenance Standards

Conduct initial maintenance in accordance with standards; revise any that need to be revised at this point. Read more…

Lubrication Standards

In Step 3 of Autonomous Maintenance, overall cleaning, inspection, and lubrication standards are established. Overall cleaning and inspections include bolt torquing or tightening, minor calibration, Read more…

Transmission Cutaway

Step 2 in Autonomous Maintenance is to correct sources of dirt and grime; prevent spattering and improve accessibility of hard to clean areas, shortening the time it takes to clean and lubricate. Correct the sources  Read more…

Cleaning Inspection

Step one in the Autonomous Maintenance (AM) process is “Initial Cleaning.” Thoroughly clean equipment and its surroundings. Expose any hidden defects by removing contaminates. Correct any defective items on equipment, tighten bolts and lubricate, and, if needed, write a work order to correct defects requiring advanced mechanical skills. Identify sources of contamination, leaking hoses, gearboxes, worn bearings, and Read more…

Equipment Maintenance Worker

Autonomous Maintenance (AM) is a singular part of Total Production Maintenance (TPM). TPM principals are based around improving equipment effectiveness, autonomous maintenance, planned maintenance, training to improve operation and maintenance skills, and better work place design. Read more…