Building new electric vehicle (EV) production facilities or retrofitting old ones involves substantial capital investment and labor costs. And, EV production processes must satisfy aggressive throughput goals. Automated systems are poised to address these challenges. Robots transport parts and materials across work cells while plug-and-play subsystems make changeovers easy, reducing production time and costs. However, specifying and implementing the right motion components for automated EV operations can also be challenging, especially when it comes to lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery production.
Our new white paper, Precision Motion Components Drive Automated Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Advances, describes the features and attributes to look for in motion components for automated EV production, with a special emphasis on how to solve pain points related to lithium-ion battery manufacturing — including contamination prevention and maintenance. It will also describe how the right motion component supplier can address these difficulties.
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