A multiple of many methods is probably what you'll receive as replies.
Our method at Paramount:
365 days /yr - normal company holidays (9) x hours per day (maximum 20
hours) - normal scheduled maintenance (2x /yr x 2 days).
365 dys - 9 dys = 356 dys x 20 hrs = 7120 hrs - 96 hrs = 7024 @100%
Paramount Industries, Inc.
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Subject: Machine Hours Capacity
Author: email@example.com at INTERNET
Date: 5/29/97 7:27 PM
I was wondering what the industry standard is for machine hours
have been using 400 hours per month to gage ours. What I take into
consideration is the amount of down time due to service calls, software
upgrades, etc. So at 400 hour I view each of my machines as at 100%
Do any of you fine folks out there have a feel for how many hours a
your machine needs to run to be considered "At Capacity"?
-- Regards, Joe DeGuglielmo Eastman Kodak Company Rapid Prototyping Center 901 Elmgrove Rd. Rochester, NY 14653-5315 (716)-726-7046 firstname.lastname@example.org
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