Automotive Manufacturing Processes

Modern manufacturing and assembly processes, whilst highly refined and advanced, are still based in principle on the production-line pioneered by Ford for the Model T in the early years of vehicle mass production. Contemporary systems are fast, precise and now not only actuated by robots, they are increasingly setup and configured by computer.



Body-in-White Assembly (BIW)
Following delivery of parts from the press shop the vehicle is assembled from the inside-out.
– Assembly of various modules, typically joined by cramping and spot welding.

Base coat
Top coat
Drying unit
Conveyor to assembly

Final Assembly
Trim (including interior modules)
End of line detail assembly

Testing and inspection


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