Tesla Factory Tour

Elon Musk discusses what is easy and hard for robotic assembly.

People are better wiring harnesses and dealing with floppy and unusual shapes.

The robots for a 7X24 hour factory needs advanced robotic technicians at all times. If something breaks and stops the assembly line then they may need to emergency ship a part from an overseas supplier.

They are trying to eliminate non-value added movement and complexity.

36 thoughts on “Tesla Factory Tour”

  1. Wow! Just wow! Tesla is going down and all NBF can do is this fluffer piece? I mean I figured Brian owns stock in Tesla but….sheez.

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  2. Wow! Just wow!Tesla is going down and all NBF can do is this fluffer piece? I mean I figured Brian owns stock in Tesla but….sheez.

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  3. Trolls are out in mass and the corporate media is writing hit pieces. Man when a new way of doing business hits the block then the oligarchs pull out all stops. Musk has shown the “that can’t be done” entrenched auto industry how to build electric cars and the rocket industry how to build rockets and the solar industry how to build an integrated solar/battery system. Of course if they can’t beat him in the industrial world then get him with their political power like the SEC and any other road block their power can throw. Yep the heads of GM and Lockheed all want stratospheric salaries for being mediocre while the rest of the world pulls ahead technologically. The oil industry with the fake wars and the killing of efficiency and the lack of government funding for new energy sources like MRS is another great example.

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  4. I’m going to cheer for Tesla too. He’s probably something like what I wanted to be before I discovered I didn’t like working 24/7 52 weeks a year. I really hate it when he has the occasional Homer Simpson Doh”” moments”””” but I guess we have to allow him a few . . . until he’s replaced by a robot.””””People are better wiring harnesses and dealing with floppy and unusual shapes.”””” Heh”””” for now.””””The robots for a 7X24 hour factory needs advanced robotic technicians at all times . . .) Again”””” for now.”””

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  5. Trolls are out in mass and the corporate media is writing hit pieces. Man when a new way of doing business hits the block then the oligarchs pull out all stops. Musk has shown the that can’t be done”” entrenched auto industry how to build electric cars and the rocket industry how to build rockets and the solar industry how to build an integrated solar/battery system. Of course if they can’t beat him in the industrial world then get him with their political power like the SEC and any other road block their power can throw. Yep the heads of GM and Lockheed all want stratospheric salaries for being mediocre while the rest of the world pulls ahead technologically. The oil industry with the fake wars and the killing of efficiency and the lack of government funding for new energy sources like MRS is another great example.”””

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  6. I’m going to cheer for Tesla, too. He’s probably something like what I wanted to be before I discovered I didn’t like working 24/7, 52 weeks a year. I really hate it when he has the occasional Homer Simpson “Doh” moments, but I guess we have to allow him a few . . . until he’s replaced by a robot. “People are better wiring harnesses and dealing with floppy and unusual shapes.” Heh, for now. “The robots for a 7X24 hour factory needs advanced robotic technicians at all times . . .) Again, for now.

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  7. Wow! Reading propaganda now are you?Some Tesla Suppliers Fret About Getting PaidAuto maker’s tumultuous year has concerned some of its suppliers which are pushed to extend payment terms or asked to give cash backhttps://on.wsj.com/2MoCZrr”

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  8. Sorry I wasn’t able to hear the video. But I did notice slow moving robots and assembly lines. And where was everybody? Was it Sunday night?

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  9. Sorry I wasn’t able to hear the video. But I did notice slow moving robots and assembly lines. And where was everybody? Was it Sunday night?

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  10. I’m going to cheer for Tesla, too. He’s probably something like what I wanted to be before I discovered I didn’t like working 24/7, 52 weeks a year. I really hate it when he has the occasional Homer Simpson “Doh” moments, but I guess we have to allow him a few . . . until he’s replaced by a robot.

    “People are better wiring harnesses and dealing with floppy and unusual shapes.” Heh, for now.

    “The robots for a 7X24 hour factory needs advanced robotic technicians at all times . . .) Again, for now.

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  11. Trolls are out in mass and the corporate media is writing hit pieces. Man when a new way of doing business hits the block then the oligarchs pull out all stops. Musk has shown the “that can’t be done” entrenched auto industry how to build electric cars and the rocket industry how to build rockets and the solar industry how to build an integrated solar/battery system. Of course if they can’t beat him in the industrial world then get him with their political power like the SEC and any other road block their power can throw.
    Yep the heads of GM and Lockheed all want stratospheric salaries for being mediocre while the rest of the world pulls ahead technologically. The oil industry with the fake wars and the killing of efficiency and the lack of government funding for new energy sources like MRS is another great example.

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  12. ” Tesla is going down ” <-- In your dreams, idiot. You have yet to quote ANYTHING which backs up your trolling BS. This is because you are only a lying, sockpuppeting troll. Not even throwing out the ludicrous UBS estimate Tesla is shipping $6k per car, but averaging that in with the other estimates -- Tesla is now clearing about $45mn/wk in margin on the cars.

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