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Video YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN SUCH PRODUCTION YET

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  • hi there daily most of us will use a
  • mobile phone watch TV
  • some will travel on a train or use paper
  • clips for work or school have you ever
  • stopped and wondered how these things
  • function how dangerous it might be for
  • an employee during production of these
  • things what are the risks for employees
  • of such industries if not then watch
  • this video to the end and you will know
  • the answers to these questions machine
  • production cars the topic of the use of
  • robots is now particularly relevant
  • after all they not only make it possible
  • to reduce the cost of production make it
  • faster reduce the number of human
  • mistakes but also take the place of many
  • workers of course we will not raise the
  • issue of ethics in business instead we
  • will show you automotive plants where
  • people are almost not involved in the
  • production of cars special robots are
  • responsible for each process everything
  • happens quickly clearly and
  • synchronously people just check the
  • performance of the machines by the way
  • the robots that make the machines are
  • already produced by other robots how
  • soon will it be before the production of
  • all things are fully automated what do
  • you think share your opinion in the
  • comments smartphones in our modern world
  • it is difficult to imagine a person
  • without a mobile phone nevertheless few
  • people think of the actual production
  • process a phone goes through before you
  • can buy it it all starts with the work
  • of a designer who models the layout of
  • the future smartphone and its appearance
  • furthermore the work is picked up by
  • design engineers who determine all the
  • component devices and render the verdict
  • of the reality of the fabrication of
  • what the designers have invented
  • after this work has gained momentum the
  • created layouts and all the details go
  • into the smartphone to be tested the
  • release of a new model can take on
  • average from four to six months what
  • kind of smartphone or mobile phone do
  • you use right in the Commons electric
  • motors 200 years ago electrical energy
  • was first converted to mechanical energy
  • back then
  • very few people paid attention to this
  • invention but over the years when the
  • issue of environmental pollution became
  • more important than ever people returned
  • to the production of electric motors of
  • course their scale scope and production
  • technology have changed significantly
  • and expanded now each engine consists of
  • two parts moving in stationary or the
  • rotor and stator respectively the rotor
  • rotates inside the stator which creates
  • energy the production of electric motors
  • consists of several stages first of all
  • the making of special metal components
  • as a rule cast iron is used which is
  • melted in special furnaces under high
  • temperatures aluminum is used for
  • lighter parts the next step is the
  • production of polymers after that the
  • stator and rotor sheets are made this
  • process takes place using a special
  • steel press the final steps are
  • processing the harvested sheets winding
  • and testing steel products in factories
  • for the production and processing of
  • steel products many processes are also
  • automated and performed by robots but
  • the scale and dimensions of the worker
  • significantly different which make such
  • work one of the most dangerous in the
  • world in this video you can observe how
  • hot steel is deformed and given a spiral
  • shape after which it is transferred to a
  • special furnace where the entire process
  • is completed if the shape of the spring
  • is necessary to give a small thickness
  • of the product then it is not melted but
  • with the help of special robots just
  • bent
  • the combination of two steel structures
  • is also hard for a person to perform so
  • this is done by a machine that easily
  • smooths and pulls out the metal giving
  • it the desired shape the task of a
  • person in this case is only to assist
  • and follow the process in this video
  • shows the production of seamless steel
  • pipes the whole process is carried out
  • in huge factory sites using cranes and
  • other equipment for working with large
  • sized objects since everything is
  • extremely huge the interaction with a
  • person is minimal
  • another example of production of huge
  • metal structures a plant for the
  • production of rails most work is done
  • with a temperature of more than 1,600
  • degrees a person enters a room only in
  • special clothes where all work takes
  • place and is carried out by the way the
  • length of one rail mill is three
  • kilometers imagine the size of the
  • premises and the machines that are
  • engaged in their production this is how
  • ordinary clips are made
  • and in this way small holes are applied
  • to the metal it seems so easy as if
  • someone is just drawing a pencil on
  • paper but in reality this is certainly
  • not the case first the machine heats up
  • the area where the cutting will take
  • place the yellow colour just reflects
  • the result of this process in here the
  • robot gives shapes to different metal
  • structures everything happens very
  • clearly synchronously and beautifully
  • another innovation that has been
  • presented to us by modern technologies
  • is LED TV in their production special
  • diodes are used to illuminate the matrix
  • of a liquid crystal television receiver
  • brightness color rendition and contrast
  • depend on it now everything is done as
  • quickly as possible and automated the
  • whole process consists of several stages
  • and combines the plant for the
  • production of cases for TVs surface
  • mounting lines with automated a manual
  • assembly of components in packaging
  • lines to avoid malfunction the TV
  • components are tested several times
  • during assembly and although the
  • production process of the housing the
  • matrix and the electronics is automated
  • the assembly process is performed
  • manually by several people at the same
  • time as a rule the main workers of such
  • plants are students mostly girls as you
  • can see the production can not only be
  • dangerous but also beautiful so don't
  • forget to hit that like button and
  • subscribe to our channel thanks for
  • watching subscribe for more

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