4 Japanese TV Sets Produced in Russia

Japanese TV Sets Produced in Russia

Posted on May 7, 2012 by team


“Arsenal” factory has been producing TV sets since 1999. The last three years have been very hard for the factory though they still make TV sets for SUPRA. In fact more than 90% of TV sets sold in Russia are produced in Russia itself.

They have a one working conveyor yet and 18 asseblers. Models from 19 to 32″ are assembled.

TV cabinets are delivered from China being assembled.

Power PWD unit mounting

Harnesses are to be mounted on the main PWD unit.

Tightening

Fixing the harnesses

LCD LED panels come from the Taiwan company CMI. LCD panels production is one of the most expensive processes in electronics. About a dozen of companies can make them, Chimei Innolux is one of the leading three. Good panel is half of a success.

Fastening the panel to the PWD unit

Here is what a screwdriver assembly means! No production of such kind can exist without it.

On the conveyor

Here they check the functionality of all outlets, adjustments, sound quality and quality of matrixes.

Picture tubes used to have more adjustments that are not needed anymore.

High voltage test is the last one

The TV set is ready. Attaching stickers and packing.

Here’s where men’s power is needed.

General view of the shop. On the left is a conveyor of laptop assembly.

Monitoring processing station, 1984, Hungary. It gives a test signal to the assembly conveyor. Today it is used only for 20%.

The remaining 80% lie on this device only – test signal generator.

Technologist is the main person here.

via zorins

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4 Responses to “Japanese TV Sets Produced in Russia”

  1. scart says:

    russian quality are worse then chainese even..

  2. lbytesxk says:

    FTW is a “chainese”?

  3. Peter says:

    These people are probably very happy to have a job, and they do the work well.

    The hungarian equipment is also cool. Comes from my city, Budapest. B)

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