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Monday, 23 October 2017 11:28

How are cars made?

In highly developed countries, practically every family has at least one car. At times, every adult member of the family has his or her own vehicle. Today cars are not a luxury item anymore but a standard. However, before a car appears in your garage, it has a long way to go - from the design stage, through manufacturing, and finally to the dealership.

 

What really matters the most when designing a car? Not only is every single element important, but also every process in the production hall even before the first designs are implemented. Why is that? It is important to choose the right tools which will be used for manufacturing the car's components. At present, most of the processes in the production halls of large car companies are automated. However, in order to make this possible, a company specialising in the production of car manufacturing tools is required. Such producers usually offer the possibility to design entire production systems for particular vehicle systems (electrical, gas) and whole cars, to manufacture such systems, and to deploy them for use in the production hall. Some companies also offer training for their clients’ employees, as well as maintenance and post-warranty service for the equipment they manufacture.

In addition to designing complete systems for the manufacturing of cars and their components, such companies also offer the design and creation of individual tools, for example those which add new functionalities to existing systems. Moreover, they can prepare machines for injection moulds, CNC cutting, and also program the devices used in this type of work. As a result, the user only controls the computer running the software, which minimises the risk of errors, and also increases the safety of the car's production process.

However, these are not the only opportunities offered by car manufacturing companies. If you would like to find out more, visit http://www.motosmateu.com/what-is-automotive-toolmaking/.