Glad to hear it! The Alfa one was linked from Auto Motor & Sport, the rest are due to somewhat unhealthy obsession with industrial assembly and robotics. I also like to compare my own experiences to the videos. Skoda plant looks just about right, except for lack of bolt gun and manual fit of the windscreen. And their cars fly in the air and the floor moves, I worked on a less modern skid based fixed floor line. Also nice that it shows much paintshop, usually cameras don't go in there because it's "boring" and clean and all that.How on earth do you find these AIR? In any case, thanks, I like em.
AAh one of my favourite subjects (I'm damaged goods).
Dacia Sandero (note the HUGE difference between this and the Modus production)
Renault Modus (ROBOTS!!!1)
Golf VI 1
Golf VI 2
Golf VI 3
What the hell? :lol:
Oh the racket and the dirt and the spoken language! I need subtitles!
Now let's visit VAG once again. Here, the Audi A3 in German. Good thing everyone understands german.
VW T3 Part 1 with early (and nervous) computerized robots
VW T3 Part 2 (with lightsaber noises and two-tone body work)
TW T3 Part 3
Can you say manual labor? And bicycles.
5000! Does that include ever single little nut or screw used in the seats?