Definition of Chaku Chaku:
Japanese for “load load,” chaku chaku is an efficient style of production in which all the machines needed to make a part are situated in the correct sequence very close together.
The operator simply loads a part and moves on to the next operation. Each machine performs a different stage of production, such as turning, drilling, cleaning, testing or sandblasting.
Taken from: http://www.boeing.com/news/frontiers/archive/2002/august/i_ca1.html.« Back to Dictionary Index