Chassis: Front Horizontal

Details, precision, and quality define Comprehensive Logistics’ (CLI) front horizontal sub-assembly process for automotive OEMs. We start by using precisely engineered equipment to perform the chassis sub-assembly builds.

The front horizontal sub-assembly process consists of 12 stations positioned along a conveyor system. The sub-assembly process employs the use of high-productivity torque tools, positioning, torque monitoring, and programmable logic controller systems. A state-of-the-art robotic touch probe performs seven physical checks on each build prior to being removed from the sub-assembly line.

Front Horizontal Chassis Sub Assembly Process

The front horizontal sub-assembly process is guided by a manufacturing execution systems (MES) software that checks critical components on 100 percent of all production parts, ensuring that they advance to the next station only when the task being performed complies with the established work instructions and meets the OEM customer’s requirements.

CLI uses version-controlled work instructions to ensure that assemblers fully understand the processes and equipment, and robust error-proofing vision systems verify correct part presence, location, and orientation.


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