Tesla Is Using Robot Army For Model 3 Production

Posted: Apr 26 2017, 3:32pm CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Tesla is Using Robot Army for Model 3 Production
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  • Tesla prepares for production of Model 3 with a new Robotic army

Tesla and other EV makers such as BMW prepare for an EV revolution

An insider photo was just leaked by an individual who is a Field Service Engineer for Kuka Robotics. The company is famous for producing the Model S and Model X with latest equipment.

The leaked picture shows a lineup of new robots which look nothing short of a robotic army. It is assumed that these robots which are actually 467 in number will be used in the production of Model 3.

The Model 3 by Tesla has become one of the most famous models of the company, even before its release. This is the reason that a huge number of bookings have been made in the name of this model. The company is making sure that they take the steps that lead them in eth right direction for preparation of Model 3 on time.

We are not sure about the duties that these production line up robots will be performing. It is guessed that they will be doing takes such as assembly of parts, welding, and laser welding and loading of materials. Along with these, they might perform other important tasks too.

These robots can cost as from $50K to $500K. This shows that Tesla is certainly investing a lot in the project so that the production starts on time and runs smoothly as well.

Other companies that have started working on revolutionizing the EV technology include BMW. It has formulated a team that is encouraged to work on the latest concepts of EVS.

BMW is targeting to produce 15 to 25% of its vehicles as electrified ones by the end of 2025. For this purpose it has started working on the line up as well and have a number of products on paper.

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