Using Lasers in the Automotive Manufacturing Industry
- Magazine Article
Ever since Henry Ford introduced the first moving production line to the industry in 1913, automotive manufacturers have been constantly striving to streamline their processes, ultimately aiming to reduce costs and increase their profits by cutting assembly times. Modern automotive production is highly automated, and robots have been commonplace throughout the industry for many years. Lasers are now used in conjunction with this technology, replacing conventional tools and bringing a host of additional benefits to the manufacturing process.