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# Gantt Chart 3 - Units per Day

For repetitive production, you may wish to show the number of units that can be produced in a day, rather than the number
of hours of a job that falls into each day. The Gantt chart in Section 16 can be extended to do this, by multiplying the hours
by the units per hour. Lets take a repetitive production schedule, as in Section 15, but with one work centre:

## Set-up Units per Run Total

W/C Seq Product Qty hours hour hours Hours Start hr Stop hr

## 2 1 Prod D 650 0.00 110 5.91 5.91 0.00 5.91

2 2 Prod B 1200 4.50 105 11.43 15.93 10.41 21.84
2 3 Prod A 2350 4.25 140 16.79 21.04 26.09 42.87
2 4 Prod B 300 1.25 105 2.86 4.11 44.12 46.98
2 5 Prod C 4500 1.75 135 33.33 35.08 48.73 82.06

The stop and start hours for each job are the hours into the schedule during which items will actually be produced, and exclude
the set-up hours.

=J13+E14 start hour is the stop hour of the previous job plus the set-up hours
=I14+G14 stop hour is start hour plus run hours

=IF(OR(\$J14<=K\$8,\$I14>=L\$8),"",IF(AND(\$I14>=K\$8,\$J14<L\$8),\$G14,IF(AND(\$I14>=K\$8,\$I14<L\$8),L\$8-\$I14,IF(AND(\$J14>

Same nested IF formula as in Section 16, but multiplied by Units per Hour

This report is useful as a production target to be issued at the beginning of a week, as it is easy to compare actual performance
against it. In setting a production target for a day, it takes into account:

## - calendar hours each day (production is lower on a Friday)

- each product runs at a different speed
- the set-up time depends on the previous product
day, rather than the number
his, by multiplying the hours
work centre:

0 9 18 27 35 35 35 44 53 62

14/3 15/3 16/3 17/3 18/3 19/3 20/3 21/3 22/3 23/3
Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu

9 9 9 8 0 0 9 9 9 9

650
797 403
128 1120 0 0 1102
300
576 1215 1215

## tually be produced, and exclude

14<L\$8),L\$8-\$I14,IF(AND(\$J14>K\$8,\$J14<L\$8),\$J14-K\$8,K\$12)))*\$F14)

71 79 79 79 88

Fri Sat Sun Mon

8 0 0 9

1080 0 0 414