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Oud 2 July 2017, 22:05   #41
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Dat zal de prijzen ook doen dalen voor ons

Voor de rest: Ik ben diep onder de indruk van Tesla als technologie bedrijf. Maar ophemelen zonder de fouten aan te stippen, daar doe ik niet aan mee
De early adopters begrijpen die fouten nog, maar met het model 3 kan men helemaal niet meer van "early adopters" spreken.

Tesla weet dat maar al te goed, denk je niet?
Daarvoor hebben ze -onder andere- ook die ex-productiechef van Audi binnengehaald.

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https://electrek.co/2017/03/21/tesla...ners-jd-power/

Tesla’s quality issues will be harder to overlook for Model 3 owners, says J.D. Power

Fred Lambert - Mar. 21st 2017
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Rizk claims that Tesla wouldn’t be able to have the same problems with the Model 3 without the brand taking a bigger hit:

“When consumers buy a mass-market car priced around $35,000 that will be their primary mode of transportation, the degree of expectation will increase immensely. We’ve seen that with other well-liked brands, whether or not it involves an electric vehicle.”

Tesla already made it clear that it plans for the Model 3 to be more reliable by making the vehicle simpler with fewer “bells and whistles”. Tesla also snagged Apple’s Reliability Director to scale up production with iPhone-like dependability.

Last week, we reported on Tesla starting the production of Model 3 ‘release candidates’ and Musk said that he is already seeing higher quality prototypes than the release candidates of the Model S (2012) and the Model X (2015).
https://www.wired.com/2017/05/tesla-quality/

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Ik hoop het.

Ze hebben ook een massa kukas binnengehaald en een duits automatisatiebedrijf. Dus ik vermoed enige duitse invloed.
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Ik hoop het.

Ze hebben ook een massa kukas binnengehaald en een duits automatisatiebedrijf. Dus ik vermoed enige duitse invloed.
Tesla heeft nu idd een fabriek in Duitsland...
https://teslagrohmannautomation.de/

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tesla_Grohmann_Automation


En den deze: https://forum-produktion.automotivei...inger_Vita.pdf

Hochholdinger over Tesla: https://electrek.co/2016/10/13/tesla...hochholdinger/

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Allles aan die man straalt goede afwerking uit: hoe zijn bril zit, hoe zijn das geknoopt is, zijn kostuum-armlengte, hemd ... "zijn Audi-autoproductie" A4, A5 en Q5.


https://electrek.co/2016/10/13/tesla...hochholdinger/

Nu nog hopen dat hij zijn ervaring kan doordrukken in de ver-geautomatiseerde loopband van het Model 3. De Kuka-technici zullen hun job goed moeten doen.

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Tesla’s new VP of Vehicle Production is impressed: ‘they are about seven years beyond everything I’ve seen before’

Fred Lambert - Oct. 13th 2016 5:31 am ET @FredericLambert

Peter Hochholdinger is coming to Tesla after a two-decade-long career at Audi where most recently he led the manufacturing programs of the A4, A5 and Q5 vehicles. Hochholdinger joined Tesla as VP of Vehicle Production overseeing the Model S and Model X production lines and logistics, as well as leading the Model 3 manufacturing program.

He recently gave his first interview since taking over the role and he admits to being very impressed by what Tesla has accomplished so far. He describes the company’s vehicles as being “about seven years beyond everything I’ve seen before”.

In the interview published in this month’s issue of the Manufacturing Leadership Journal, Hochholdinger explains how Tesla CEO Elon Musk convinced him to leave Audi after 22 years and join Tesla:

“The cars we build are about seven years beyond everything I’ve seen before, and it’s quite thrilling and exciting to be here and to be part of this car manufacturing group. It’s the only company in the world that builds 100 percent electric vehicles; everybody else is continuing with the normal business of building [internal combustion] cars, and I think that will not work.”

The interview appears to be meant to attract more talent to Tesla’s manufacturing team, Hochholdinger mentions on a couple of occasions that they are hiring, but it also explains his manufacturing philosophy. Throughout the interview, he describes a vision of Tesla’s future production very similar to what we have been hearing from Musk over the past few months: “the machine that makes the machine.”

He gives his own definition of the expression:

“It’s about density and speed and putting more automation into, for example, general assembly. General assembly in a car manufacturer today is quite labor-driven, of course. That’s more or less because of the product design.”

He elaborated the product design saying that Tesla is doing some deep collaboration between engineering and manufacturing in order to design parts with simple production in mind. He gave an interesting example:

“There’s no way for a robot to install a harness today because the harness is not designed for a robot’ it’s designed for a human being. So we have to think about what can a harness look like so that a robot can install it? What about a fascia? Can I do it in a different way? So, these are things we have to think about, and that’s the machine that makes the machine.”

Hochholdinger claims that “Tesla is the first automotive company to think that way”. While he praises Tesla for thinking more like Silicon Valley than a traditional automaker in that regard, he says that he will still be bringing over ideas from his long career at Audi. Namely, the idea that logistics and manufacturing “belong together”.

He sees opportunities to improve collaboration between manufacturing, supply chain, and logistics. He compared a “smart supply chain” to an airport:

“If I know exactly where the truck is at the moment, as it is coming to the factory, then I know exactly which dock it should be at in 30 minutes or 40 minutes. Is that dock clear? Are people there to take over that truck?

It’s like when a plane is flying into San Francisco International Airport. They know exactly which gate it will be at, and they know exactly when the approach is, and they know exactly where it comes from, and they know exactly when does it leave the airport and where does it go.

A factory is like an airport: Materials are coming in and trucks are leaving, so we know exactly which gates we should be at.”

Hochholdinger sees this as an important aspect of Tesla’s upcoming ramp up in production with the Model 3. Tesla is now producing vehicles at a rate of roughly 100,000 per year. Now Tesla wants a 5x increase in order to produce 500,000 vehicles per year within the first year of Model 3 production. It will complicate the material flow at Tesla’s Fremont factory.

The new VP of Vehicle Production admits that Tesla’s production goals are keeping him up at night, but he says that’s not unusual in manufacturing. We recently learned that Hochholdinger will have an even bigger factory in which to implement his new production strategy as Tesla unveiled plans last week to double the size of the plant.

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Standaard Steeds meer constructeurs willen in de electrische motorsport

Audi en BMW gaan zich meer toeleggen op het Formula E kampioenschap om extra ervaring op te doen.

Audi zal de eerste van de Duitse merken zijn, BMW de volgende.
(bij Audi zou dat zelfs ten koste gaan van het 24 hr van Le Mans)

Citaat:
https://electrek.co/2017/07/07/audi-formula-e-team/

Audi officially takes over Formula E team – first German automaker

Fred Lambert - Jul. 7th 2017 11:03 am ET @FredericLambert

Audi has been showing a lot of interest in electric motorsports over the last year – going as far as quitting Le Mans to focus on all-electric Formula E.

They have been increasing their involvement with the ABT Sportsline team and today, they announced that they are officially taking over the team’s slot.

Dr. Peter Mertens, Member of the Board of Management, Technical Development, AUDI AG, made the announcement:

“We’ve been supporting the Formula E commitment with increasing intensity in recent months – on the race days, in the development of the new powertrain and in numerous off-track activities as well. That Audi will be the first German automobile manufacturer to be actively involved in the racing series starting next season is also a clear commitment of our brand to electric mobility, on the race track as of December and next year on the road as well with the new Audi e-tron.”

Over the last few years, several serious automotive companies, like Renault, Citroen, Mahindra, and Jaguar, and a few newcomers like NextEV/Nio and Faraday Future, have also joined the series.

While it looks like Audi will indeed be the first German automaker to join the all-electric racing championship, BMW announced plans to enter the Formula E in season 5.

But Audi is taking over the slot for season 4, which starts in Hong Kong in December. The current season is also not over and going to New York next week.

Season 5 should also be more interesting though since the teams will be able to develop their own powertrain. They will still all use the same chassis, but it will also be a new on. Spark Racing Technologies, the engineering firm behind the new chassis, recently released the first images of the concept for the next-gen all-electric race car.

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