Car body assembly is a question of using various manufacturing processes to combine individual pressings and thereby create the skeletal structure of a vehicle – the body-in-white. Depending on the complexity, a body can comprise up to 600 individual parts. These individual parts are joined together to form assemblies and modules.
LÄPPLE AUTOMOTIVE produces these assembly components for the automotive industry on its automated body-in-white assembly lines with maximum precision, ensuring that the processes are optimised with regard to cycle times and human resources. The components concerned are of all sizes and degrees of complexity.
The parts portfolio is varied and ranges from simple reinforced parts through to complex assemblies such as doors, bonnet panels, body side panels or even complete front vehicle sections.
Our assembly lines handle complexity by offering a high level of flexibility and state-of-the-art technology. We cover small and large-batch parts and use the latest joining techniques to combine a variety of materials.
The components are then delivered "just in time" using special transport containers, which go straight into the customer's warehouse or even directly to production.
Joining methods used at LÄPPLE AUTOMOTIVE:
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