Takt Time

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Takt is translated from the German word Taktzeit or “clock interval” meaning pace of production. Takt Time is the average time between the completion of one unit and the completion of the next. It’s used to determine whether or not a process can keep up with customer demand. Takt Time is calculated by dividing the time available (minutes of work/day) by the customer demand (units required/day).

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