Super Cars: McLaren P1

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Super Cars: McLaren P1
1 Labour
1.1 The automobile assembly represents the last stage in automobile facturing. The components are brought in from more than 4,000 outside suppliers, which are brought together by truck or railroad. Those parts in accordance to the part of the car they belong too, are unloaded in their respective stations.
1.1.1 Cars are usually built from the ground up. The fame forms the base of the body, and as a result the other parts follow. The fame is placed on the assembly line and clamped to the conveyer to prevent shifting as it moves down the line. Automobile is moved to component assembly areas where front and rear suspensions, gas tanks, rear axles, drive shafts, gear boxes, steering box components, wheel drums, and braking systems are sequentially installed.
1.1.1.1 An off-line operations puts together the vehicle's engine with its transmission. Workers use robotic arms to install the heavy components inside the engine compartment of the frame. After, a worker attaches the radiator and bolts it into place. Articulating robots perform all of the lift and carry operations while assemblers using pneumatic wrenches bolt component pieces in place.
1.1.1.1.1 The floor pan is generally the largest body component to which many panels and braces will be welded or bolted. Moving down the assembly line, held in place by clamping fixtures, the shell of the vehicle is built. First, the left and right quarter panels are robotically disengaged from pre-staged shipping containers and placed on the floor pan, where there are stabilized with positioning fixtures and welded.
1.1.1.1.1.1 The front and rear door pillars, roof and body side panels are assembled in the same fashion. The shell of the automobile uses robotic arms because they can easily introduce various component braces and panels to the floor pan and perform a high number of weld operations in a time frame and with a degree of accuracy no human workers could ever approach. Robots can pick up heavy loads, and precisely place them into the proper positions with high tolerance to smoke, weld flashes, and gases created in this phase of production.
1.1.1.1.1.1.1 As the body moves from the isolated weld area of the assembly line, body comparts including doors, deck lids, hood panels, fenders, trunk lid, and bumper reinforcements are installed. Although robots help workers place these components onto the body shell, the workers provide the proper fit for majority of the bolt on functional parts using pneumatically assisted tools.
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 The body must pass through a rigorous inspection process. The shell of the vehicle passes through a brightly lit white room where it is fully wiped down by visual inspectors using cloths soaked in hilight oils. Dings, dents and other defects are repaired right on the line by skilled body repairmen. After the shell has been fully inspected and repaired, the assembly conveyor carries it through a cleaning station cleaning it of all residual oil, and dirt.
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 The shell exists the cleaning into a drying both then through an undercoat dip - an electrostatically charged bath of undercoat paint that covers every part of the body shell, both inside and out with primer.
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 After the coating, the shell is dried and moves to the final paint operation. Robots usually carry out this final painting operation, since they have been programmed to cover certain areas, with a certain amount of paint at specific times.
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 The body is then heated above 135 degrees celsius to cure the paint and to ensure that it adheres to the car.
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 The painted body moves to the next stage where all the instrumentation and wiring systems, dash panels, interior lighting, seats and trim panels, headlights, radios, speakers and more.
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 Next, robots equipped with suction cups place the windshield, with nan urethane sealer. Robots also place the seats and transport them into the vehicles for ease and efficiency of the assembly line operator. After passing through the section the shell is given a water test to ensure the proper fit of the door panels, glass and weatherstripping.
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 The chassis assembly conveyor and body shell meet. The shell is robotically lifted from its conveyor fixtures and placed onto the car frame. Assembly workers, some at ground level and some in work pits beneath the automobile proceeds down the line to receive final trim components, battery, tries, antifreeze and gasoline.
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 The vehicle is now started, from here it’s driven to a checkpoint off the line, where its engine is audited, its light and horn checked, its tires balanced, and its charging system examined. Any defects from here required to be repaired, go to the central repair station where a crew of skilled technicians analyze and repair the problems.
1.2 Finance Team
1.2.1 Budgets
1.2.2 Materials
1.3 Personelle
1.3.1 Design engineers
1.3.2 Executive Management
1.3.3 Technicians
1.3.4 Salespeople
1.4 Robots
1.4.1 Arms
1.4.1.1 Labour intensive work - heavy lifting
1.4.2 Assembly Line
1.5 Both Topics Integrate very cohesively
2 Natural resources
2.1 Iron Ore
2.1.1 Steel
2.1.1.1 Car Body
2.1.1.2 Stainless Steel
2.1.1.2.1 Car Mufflers
2.1.1.2.2 Decorative Trims
2.1.1.2.3 Exhaust
2.1.1.2.4 Silencers
2.1.1.2.5 Catalytic Converters
2.2 Cotton Plants
2.2.1 Cotton
2.3 Aluminum
2.3.1 Radiators
2.3.2 Intake Manifolds
2.3.3 Cylinder Heads
2.3.4 Engine Block
2.3.5 Bumper Wheels
2.3.6 Body Panels
2.3.7 Plastic: Cheap, durable and can be turned into almost anything
2.4 Petroleum
2.4.1 Plastic: Cheap, durable and can be turned into almost anything
2.4.2 Cloth Seats/Car Seat Covers
2.5 Copper
2.5.1 Alternator
2.5.2 Starter
2.6 Platinum
2.6.1 Catalytic Converters
2.7 Palladium
2.7.1
2.8 Trees
2.8.1 Natural Rubber
2.9 Water
2.9.1 Colouring
2.9.1.1 Isatis tinctoria
2.9.1.2 Indigofera
2.10 Animal Hides
2.10.1 Leather
2.11 Lead
2.11.1
2.12 Nickel
2.12.1 Car Batteries
2.13 Lithium
2.13.1
2.14 Polyeurthane
2.14.1 Various Industrial Raegeants
2.14.2 Seat form
2.15 Plants
2.15.1 Indigofera
2.15.2 Isatis tinctoria
2.16 Sand
2.16.1 Glass
2.16.1.1 Windshield
3 Raw Materials
3.1 Steel
3.1.1 Car chassis or Cage (beneath the body of the car)
3.1.2 Door Beams
3.1.3 Roofs
3.2 Plastic: Cheap, durable and can be turned into almost anything
3.2.1 Dashboard
3.2.2 Gauges
3.2.3 Dials
3.2.4 Switches
3.2.5 Air conditioner vents
3.2.6 Door Handles
3.2.7 Florist
3.2.8 Seat belts
3.2.9 Airbags
3.3
3.4 Cotton
3.4.1 Car covers
3.4.2 Car seat covers
3.4.3 Car Seats
3.5 Natural Rubber
3.5.1 Seats
3.5.2 Engine Mouths
3.5.3 Wipers
3.5.4 Tires
3.5.5 Belt
3.5.6 Hoses
3.6 Leather
3.6.1 Car Interior
3.7 Xeon
3.7.1 Lightbulbs
3.7.2 Headlights
3.8 Polyester
3.8.1 Car Seat Covers
3.8.2 Carpets
3.9 Polycarbonate
3.9.1 Electrical Insulator
3.9.2 Laminater for Bullet Resistant Windows
3.9.3 Optical Reflectors
3.9.4 Decorative Bezels
4 Capital
4.1 Financial
4.1.1 Revenue
4.1.1.1 8 cars per day
4.1.1.2 1.15 million dollars US
4.1.1.3 Personalization
4.1.1.3.1 Individual investors can ay for their own design
4.1.1.4 Sponsors can pay for specific advertisement on racing engines and so on
4.1.2 Vertical Integration
4.1.2.1 Outsourcing
4.1.2.1.1 More profit
4.2 Intellectual
4.2.1 Research and Development
4.3 Human
4.3.1 Brand Ambassadors
5 Information
5.1 Regulatory body
5.1.1 Emission Testing
5.2
5.3 Test market
5.3.1 Market Research
5.3.1.1 Blueprint
5.4 Branding
5.5 Marketing to top 1%
6 Management
6.1 Government Officials
6.2 Marketing Team
6.2.1 Digital Advertisment
6.2.1.1 TV
6.2.1.2 Social Media Platforms
6.2.1.2.1 Twitter
6.2.1.2.2 Facebook
6.2.1.2.3 Instagram
6.3 Product and Service Management
6.4 Finance Team
6.5 Operations Management
6.6 Company Legal Distribution
6.7 Executives and Chair
6.8
7 By:
7.1 Abhinav
7.2 Vardan

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