Tesla factory installed production robots is expected to increase annual production capacity to 500,000
According to foreign media news, in order to increase productivity, Tesla is Fremont factory installed more production robots. Tesla factory installed production robots
Previously, due to the impact of the epidemic, Tesla had to close the Fremont plant for about a month and a half before starting production last week. Since Tesla purchased the plant from Toyota, the plant has been in operation for nearly a decade, and only a few times have been closed for upgrades. Tesla factory installed production robots
According to Electrek, Fremont ’s new equipment comes from MINO Automation, which specializes in automated production systems. Their main production systems include resistance welding systems, body frame systems, laser application systems, and automatic transmission systems. MINO’s automated solutions can be used with Tesla’s Fanuc robots that have been used for many years. Tesla factory installed production robots
Tesla claims that its current production capacity at its Fremont plant is 490,000 vehicles per year. The automaker said that the new production robot will enable it to increase its Model 3 / Model Y capacity to 500,000 vehicles by the end of the year. This means that Tesla’s overall production capacity in Fremont will reach nearly 600,000 vehicles per year, and will exceed 11,000 vehicles per week by the end of 2020.
Electrek recently reported that Tesla hopes to finalize the Model Y at its new factory in Austin by the end of this year. For Tesla, the production capacity of the Y-type body in white is greater than its production capacity before the end of the year, so that the body can be sent to the new Austin factory for assembly. Electrek speculates that by the end of 2021, Tesla’s overall annual production capacity will reach 1 million cars. Tesla factory installed production robots
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