An assembly line is a manufacturing process (most often called a progressive assembly) in which parts (usually interchangeable parts) are added as the semi-finished assembly moves, from workstation to workstation, and where the parts are added in sequence, to the final assembly produced.
By mechanically moving parts to the assembly job and moving the semi-finished assembly from post to station, a finished product can be assembled faster and with less work than having workers transporting parts to another assembly location.
Assembly lines are common methods of assembling complex parts, such as automobiles and other transportation equipment, appliances and electronic goods.
Fluidotronica assembly lines are designed to be highly efficient, very cost effective and guarantee the best quality in the most relevant aspects: components, mechanical movement, precision equipment and standardized processes.
These lines allow you to obtain short cycle times; increase the efficiency of the serial production process and reduce costs.