The second and the last part of story about how Russian subway cars are being made. This post is going to tell you how baldy and ugly metal bodies of cars are take their natural, ready to use, form.
Completely welded car bodies are being ran to spray booths; they are being flatted and painted over here. By the way, all cars are painted manually, just using usual syringes for painting.
Freshly painted 81-714 car for Kiev subway.
Small parts for Rusich cars made of plastic prior to painting.
After flattening and painting a car is being ran to a drying room.
Then painted cars get to the assembly shop.
Not whole body of a modern subway car is made of metal. This one here is a forecarriage of leading RA-2 car; made of plastic.
Leading RA-2 car body is being assembled.
Thatâ€™s how it looks after it was painted.
Painted car bodies are being lifted using jack lifters and then workers start fixing up automatic electronics and other parts.
Rusich forecarriage is also made of plastic. Prior to setting up.
Rusich car is being assembled.
At the same time the car is being assembled inside.