Archive for Lean – Page 110

Lean In Gardening Tools

Christian Dube submitted this video with his lean improvement. For more information on Lean, visit the 2 Second Lean website. For more information on The American Innovator, visit our website. For more information on FastCap, visit our website.

Morning Meeting (in Hebrew)

Sam Korb submitted this video of their morning meeting (in Israel). There are subtitles! For more information on 2, go to our 2 Second Lean website.

Lean: The Art of Subtraction 4

Paul Akers discusses how, by applying the lean principle of “The Art of Subtraction” we significantly downsized the amount of space needed for our pad printing area.

Lean Improvement Edge Banding Doors

Derek at the Closet Doctor submitted this video of his lean improvement. For more information on The American Innovator, visit our website. For more information on FastCap, visit our website.

Lean CNC Cabinet Before + After

Derek at the Closet Doctor submitted this video of his lean improvement. For more information on The American Innovator, visit our website. For more information on FastCap, visit our website.

8 Deadly Sins of Waste

Paul Akers, of Fastcap, and author of 2 Second Lean, talks about the 8 Deadly Sins of Waste v. one piece flow. For more information on on Fastcap, visit our website.

Blind Nail System for Finishing Wood

Paul Akers demonstrated how to use FastCap’s Blind Nail System, applying lean principles, for finishing wood. For more information on this product, visit our website.

Lean: The Art of Subtraction 2

Paul Akers demonstrates uses the Lean Principle, “The Art of Subtraction”, to solve a problem with a plastic claim shell. Paul uses FastCap’s Macro Flush Cut Trimmer to solve the problem. For more more information on this product, visit our website.

101 Ways to Use the SpeedBrace

Paul Akers demonstrates how to create a lean hedge trimmer using FastCap’s SpeedBrace. Form more information on this product, visit our website.

Lean: Keeping the Rope Tight 4

Paul Akers leaves the bathroom better then he found it, demonstrating the lean principle of Keeping the Rope Tight. For more information on Lean, or Paul’s book, 2 Second Lean, visit our website. For more information on Fastcap, visit our website.