This Hyundai car making manufacture is located in St. Petersburg. All process of car making happens here, on the territory of the factory. They press parts, paint and test them.
Yellow cranes are moving under the ceiling, they lift heavy steel rolls and other parts. Steel sheets go to the pressing shop. On the lower storey is a warehouse.
You can see how complicated this staff is.
Three hits of the press and the part is ready.
This machine helps to turn the stack with workpieces for 180 degrees. It allows not to use different workpieces for right and left sides and wings.
The parts are marked and stored in the shop. It’s the lowel level – the parts are placed, stored and separated according to the plan.
All details of the body of the future car are made. The will be connected in the welding shop.
The shop is full of supermobile machines. There are seven lines with the robots.
This is how they weld the parts. First of all the robots “bite” all the details through and then a beautiful silver car is assembled from them.
Aplying a VIN code on the body of the future car. It contains information about the manufacturer, technical specifications and a year of manufacture.
Welding is mostly electric.
After the welding the car should be painted.
This is how the shops are connected.
The painted cars come to the final shop for assembly.
Now mostly people work, machines only assist.
Wires are heated to become more flexible.
Panels, engines, chairs, doors are delivered in such a way to be mounted in a couple of seconds.
Consoles, engines and other components are delivered onto this conveyor being already assembled in the nearby shop.
By the end of the conveyor the processes and adjustments become more filigreed and delicate.
A huge warehouse with details is located right behind the shops. They have a reserve for several months here.
Whn you come here you think that the brightest event at the factory is a car itself. But it turns out that everyhting that happens before it is born is much brighter.