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INTRODUCTION

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Objective of the car body shop

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Comparison of work times employed

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New project

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Lay-out

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Repair process for group A - ONEPANEL type damage

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Repair process for group B - STANDARD type damage

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Data regarding the car body shop

Comparison of the results

Repair process for group B - STANDARD type damage

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Repair process for group C - LARGE damage

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Additional services

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Coclusions

INTO THE FUTURE

FORWARD 2020,

INDUSTRIALIZE YOUR BODY SHOP WITH SYMACH.


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FIXLINE,

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FixLine is the new modern body shop process that represents Symach’s latest concept in terms of productivity,

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FixLine is a new layout and repair process which, when combined with Drytronic technology and the SPAP painting

quality and service.

cycle, provides for a 50% to 60% increase in productivity, as well as an increase of 1.5-2 repairs per week per technician: an objective that has already been achieved, and in some cases even exceeded, by many of our largest customers.

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FixLine reduces vehicle movements between the various repair stages from 7 to 3, as various stages of repair activi-

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Repair activities have changed considerably in recent years, with the majority of repairs shifting from larger and

ties themselves are carried out on the CarMover in the semi-automatic line.

more structure-related issues, to smaller issues of a more aesthetic nature. For this reason, we believe that the repair processes currently employed in the auto body repair industry are no longer suitable. Today, most body shops employ a single repair process, which, while certainly suitable for more extensive activities, in our opinion is poorly suited for activities involving the 1 to 3 panels that represent nearly 85% of total repair jobs. FixLine uses three different repair and layout processes, based on the number of panels to be repaired. In this manner, the system is capable of optimizing repair times and reducing labor costs by as much as four or five hours for each repair.

Our repair units are: Single-panel - single panel repairs, or more if cosmetic repair. These types of repairs make up 20% of the total market. FixLine repairs damage of this type in two hours, guaranteeing customer delivery in less than four hours. Standard - non-structural repairs involving two or three panels. These types of repairs make up 60% to 65% of the total market. FixLine repairs damage of this type in just less than eight hours, guaranteeing customer delivery in just one and a half days. Large - repairs involving four or more panels, including structural damage. These types of repairs make up 15% to 20% of the total market. FixLine reduces the current labor and delivery times by half.


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FIXLINE PROCESS

FixLine is a process, not a product, and as such must be applied to the client in a customised manner in order to ensure the complete satisfaction of all their requirements in terms of productivity, quality and speed of repair. Every car body shop has its own standards of quality and service that must be respected and improved, and the modernisation of the repair process with FixLine takes these values into account. As the FixLine process is suitable for car body shops that are capable of offering 5 to 40 repairs per day, we have chosen the model value of 20 repairs per day for the purposes of this presentation. A car body shop’s design requires the collection of specific repair and production data. In order to clarify this concept, we have chosen to use the data for the “Alfabeta” car body shop as an example.

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Objective of the car body shop.

The shop is performing today 45 repairs per week with 15 technicians, and aims to perform 100 repairs per week, while at the same time reducing costs, providing a faster delivery service, improving quality and a simplified work planning.

2 Data regarding the car body shop 2.1

Repairs performed by the car body shop

The first black box contains the statistical average of all the repairs performed. The numbers shown are also in line with the global repairs averages. 2.34 panels repaired on

6% of the repairs are

1.31 panels on average

1.40 panels on average

3.03 panels on average

average, of which 1.30

performed using a

require the application

require the application

need to be painted, of

panel repaired and 1.04

frame-jig or pull bench,

of body filler,

of primer,

which 0.69 require blen-

panel replaced with

ding and 1.04 require

new ones,

wet on wet primer sealer.

AVERAGE NUMBER OF REPAIR PANELS FOR PHASE PANEL BEATER

A B C - EVERY SIZE OF REPAIRS

PULL

FILLER

PRIMER

SEALER WET ON WET

BLANDED PANELS

PAINT

Panels

Panels

Panels

Panels

Panels

Panels

Panels

Panels

REPAIRED

NEW

TOTAL

1,04

2,34

6%

1,31

1,40

1,04

0,69

3,03

1,30

Below repairs divided into 3 groups: A - 1 PANEL REPAIRS

0,67

0,33

1,00

0%

0,67

0,67

0,33

0,19

1,19

B - 2 TO 3 PANELS REPAIRS

1,30

1,03

2,33

0%

1,31

1,38

1,03

0,64

2,97

C - 4 AND MORE PANELS REPAIRS

2,20

2,07

4,27

6%

2,20

2,53

2,07

1,60

5,87

It is important to note how dividing the repairs into the three groups significantly change the number of panels repaired for each phase, and consequently the amount of time required for the repair process.

AVERAGE PANELS PER REPAIR 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

Total

A B C - EVERY SIZE OF REPAIRS 17,0%

24,0%

32,0%

8,0%

10,0%

4,0%

4,0%

1,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

100,0%

A - 1 PANEL REPAIRS 17,0%

4,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

21,0%

B - 2 TO 3 PANELS REPAIRS

0,0%

20,0%

32,0%

7,0%

4,0%

1,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

64,0%

C - 4 AND MORE PANELS REPAIRS

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

1,0%

6,0%

3,0%

4,0%

1,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

0,0%

15,0%

2.2

Subdivision of the repairs in percentage by group A-B-C

A – ONEPANEL, one panel repaired, which represents 21% of the total repairs performed. B – STANDARD, 2 or 3 panels repaired, which represent 64% of the total repairs performed. C – LARGE, 4 or more panels repaired, even requiring frame-jig or pull bench, which represent 14% of the total repairs performed.


2.3

CUSTOMER DATA

Production data

ANNO

40:00 H: the weekly work shift.

OPERATIVES

15 technicians occupying distinct roles.

PANEL BEATER

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13:20 H: the total average time employed for a single repair. Detail of the times and number of technicians employed per repair phase. 3 repairs per technician per week (Productivity KPI).

3

HOURS PER DAY

4

32:00

3:33:20

BODY FILLER

40%

1:25:20

3

24:00

2:40:00

PAINTER

2 1 5

16:00 8:00 40:00

1:46:40 0:53:20 4:26:40

{

DISASSEMBLING

40%

ASSEMBLING

60%

5

AVERAGE TIME PER REPAIR 2:08:00

ASSEMBLING DISASSEMBLING

3,0

n° 60%

PRIMER

7,3

9 8:00:00

PANEL REPAIR

POLISHER

KEY TO KEY TIME AVERAGE KPI (REPAIRS PER OPERATIVE PER WEEK)

45 40:00:00

PREPARATOR

7.3 days on average key to key time (returning vehicle to the customer). KPI

GIORNO

2340

REPAIRS N° WORK SHIFT HOURS

45 repairs per week

SETTIMANA

1:46:40 2:40:00

120:00

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TOTAL

13:20

Comparison of work times employed with the current situation and with the FixLine process

The table shows the times required for the repair process, broken down by roles and phases. A 13:20 H: the first box (grey) shows the average time that the car body shop currently takes to complete a repair process. B 8:32 H: the second box (blue), on the other hand, shows what the average repair time would be if the car body shop were to employ the FixLine process. C 4:47 H: the average repair time reduction due to:

the new preparation and painting times linked to the SPAP cycle,

the elimination of the need to move the vehicle,

the improved rationalisation of the process, with the repairs having been divided into uniform groups of requirements.

The next boxes (of different colours) show the average work times employed for each type of repair. D 2:02 H (yellow): the average time employed for group A repairs (ONEPANEL - one panel repaired, which represents 21% of the total repairs performed). E 8:26 H (green): average time employed for group B repairs (STANDARD, 2 or 3 panels repaired, which represent 64% of the total repairs performed). F 14:34 H (orange), average time employed for group C repairs (LARGE - 4 or more panels repaired, even requiring frame-jig or pull bench, which represent

15% of the total repairs performed). The table read horizontally, containing columns of different colours, shows the time required for the repair by phase.

CUSTOMER REPAIR PROCESS

CUSTOMER CURRENT AVERAGE TIME PER REPAIRS

SYMACH AVERAGE TIME PER REPAIRS

FIXSTATION

FIXLINE

FIXPULL STATION

CUSTOMER PROCESS AVERAGE WORKING TIME PER REPAIR

SYMACH PROCESS AVERAGE WORKING TIME PER REPAIR

A - MONOPANEL 1 PANLE ONLY

B - STANDARD FROM 2 TO 3 PANELS

C - LARGE REPAIRS FROM 4 AND MORE PANELS

ROLE

WORKING TIME PER REPAIR

PANELS PER REPAIR

1:46:40

2,34

Moving car from yard DISASSEMBLING

Moving car to buffer

21,0%

REPAIRS

64,0%

REPAIRS

15,0%

NEW TIME PER REPAIR

PANEL PER REPAIRS

WORKING TIME PER REPAIR

PANELS PER REPAIR

WORKING TIME PER REPAIR

PANELS PER REPAIR

WORKING TIME PER REPAIR

DISASSEMBLING

0:10:40

01:26:00

0,33

00:12:08

2,33

01:25:34

4,27

02:36:49

NO

0:10:00

Moving car from yard STRIP AND FIT

Moving car from buffer PANEL REPAIR

REPAIRS

SAVING TIME PER REPAIR

NEW PROCESS

02:08:00

2,34

PANEL BEATER

BODY FILLER

NO

0:10:00

PANEL REPAIR

0:12:48

01:45:12

0,67

00:21:08

2,33

01:44:40

4,27

03:11:49

0:56:22

00:28:58

0,67

0:16:05

1,31

0:28:58

2,20

0:43:12

Moving car to preparation 01:25:20

1,31

BODY FILLER

Moving car to preparation

NO

DISASSEMBLING NEW PARTS

DISASSEMBLING NEW PARTS

ROLL PRIMER APPLICATION

ROLL PRIMER APPLICATION

PRIMER SANDING

PREPARATOR

2:40:00

1,40

NO

MASKING

MASKING

POLISHING

1:46:40

3,03

POLISHER

0:53:20

3,03

Moving car to car wash

0,67

0:19:06

1,38

0:34:12

2,53

0:51:27

00:20:00

00:08:00

00:20:00

00:30:00

STRIP AND FIT

WHATER BORNE AND LACQUER

NO POLISHING

0:56:34

0:50:06

1,19

0:35:48

2,97

0:49:48

5,87

1:00:03

0:23:02

0:30:18

1,19

0:10:00

2,97

0:29:42

5,87

0:58:42

0:16:00

2:24:00

2,33

2:23:16

4,27

4:22:34

Moving car to assembling

Moving car to assembling ASSEMBLING

00:34:30

WET ON WET

PAINTER

WHATER BORNE AND CLEAR

Moving car out of spraybooth

1:32:30

00:20:00

PRIMER SANDING

Moving car into spraybooth

WET ON WET

00:10:00

00:13:00

2:40:00

2,34

ASSEMBLING

Moving car to car wash

13:20:00 A

TOTAL 4:47:56 8:32:04 C

B

2:02:14

8:26:10

14:34:35

D

E

F


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4

New project

4.1

The table shows the car body shop’s target of twenty repai-

rs per day and by group, based on the current percentages.

TOTAL

1 PANELS

1 PANELS

4 AND MORE

9,0

1,9

5,8

1,4

New goal - total repairs per day

20,0

4,2

12,8

3,0

% of subdivision per repair size A B C

100%

21,0%

64,0%

15,0%

Current repairs divided by category

Current total repairs per day

21% ONEPANEL repairs, equal to 4,2 repair jobs per day. 64% STANDARD repairs, equal to 12,8 repairs per day. 15% LARGE repairs, equal to 3 repairs per day.

4.2

The following statistics are listed for each of the three groups of repairs:

A Average repair time for each phase. B Number of technicians required for the daily production activities. C Number of technicians employed for the daily production activities. D Number of workstations required for the lay-out. E Numbering of workstations included in the lay-out.

B - FIXLINE-KOMBI FOR STANDARD REPAIRS FROM 2 TO 3 PANELS

A - FIXSTATION 1 PANEL REPAIRS

C - LARGE REPAIRS FROM 4 AND MORE PANELS

% REPAIRS

01:54:17

WINDOW TIME

% REPAIRS

00:37:30

OPERATING WINDOW, INTERVAL BETWEEN REPAIRS

% REPAIRS

02:40:00

OPERATING WINDOW, INTERVAL BETWEEN REPAIRS

21,0%

4,2

REPAIRS PER DAY

64,0%

12,8

REPAIRS PER DAY

15,0%

3,0

REPAIRS PER DAY

AVERAGE TIME PER REPAIR

OPERATIVES NEDED FOR REPAIRS

STATIONS NEDED FOR THE REPAIRS

AVERAGE TIME PER REPAIR

OPERATIVES NEDED FOR REPAIRS

OPERATIVES REAL NUMBER

AVERAGE TIME PER REPAIR

OPERATIVES NEDED FOR REPAIRS

OPERATIVES REAL NUMBER

STATIONS NEDED FOR THE REPAIRS

DISASSEMBLING

00:12:08

0,11

1:25:34

2,28

2,5

2:36:49

0,98

1,0

1+1

PANEL REPAIR

00:21:08

0,18

1:44:40

2,79

3,0

3:11:49

1,20

1,5

2

BODY FILLER

00:16:05

0,14

0:28:58

0,77

1,0

1+1

2

0:43:12

0,27

0:10:00

0,27

1,5

2+1

3

0:20:00

0,13

0:51:27

0,32

PROCESS PHASES

1

DISASSEMBLING NEW PARTS

STATIONS NEDED FOR THE REPAIRS

LAY-OUT MARKED

6+1

1

LAY-OUT MARKED

9

2

PREPARATION AND PAINT PHASESE WORKED IN FIXLINE

3

ROLL PRIMER APPLICATION

00:19:06

0,17

0:34:12

0,91

MASKING

00:08:00

0,07

0:20:00

0,53

0,5

1

4

0:30:00

0,19

WATHER BORNE AND CLEAR

00:35:48

0,31

0:49:48

1,33

2,0

2

5-6

1:00:03

0,38

5-6

POLISHING

00:10:00

0,09

0:29:42

0,79

1,0

1+1

7

0:58:42

0,37

7

ASSEMBLING

00:00:00

0,00

2:23:16

3,82

4,0

4+1

8

4:22:34

1,64

1,5

2

02:02:14

1,07

1

8:26:10

14:34:35

5,47

5,5

6

A

B

C D E

A

A

B

C

D

TOTAL

5

MARKED 12

TOTAL 13,50 15,5 B

22

C

D

E

1,5

4

10

E

Comparison of the results

The average repair time improves from the current 13:20 H to 8:32 H, resul-

BUSINESS PLAN

CURRENT

NEW

DIFFERENCE

ting in a time savings of 4:47 H per every repairs, in one year h 24000 in total.

Total time per repair

13:20:00

8:32:04

4:47:56

The number of repair jobs per week improves from 45 to 100, resulting in an

Repairs per week

45

100

55

annual increase of 2.660 repairs.

Repairs per year

2340

5000

2660

The number of technicians employed increases from 15 to 22, performing

Operatives, refered to current number of repairs

15

10

-5

more than twice the number of repairs.

Operatives, refered to new number of repairs

33

22

-11

Since it would take 33 technicians to perform the new number of repairs at

KPI

3,00

4,55

1,55

the current productivity rate, we can assume an actual decrease in the num-

KEY TO KEY time

7,3

2,6

-4,7

ber of technicians employed by 11. The weekly productivity rate per technician increases by 1.55, from 3 to 4.55 repairs, a 52% improvement. Key to key time, the average number of days required to deliver the vehicle to the customer decreases from 7.3 to 2.6 days, for an average reduction of 4.7.


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Lay-out

6.1

The project illustrated under point 4 includes: 1 workstation for group A - Onepanel fast repairs (labelled 12). 22 workstations for group B - Standard repairs, including: •

7 stations for the disassembly and panel beating phase, (labelled 1).

The FixLine semi-automatic line: 2 body filler stations, (labelled 2). 3 primer stations, (labelled 3). 1 masking station, (labelled 4) 2 Paint and drying station - KombiTron, (labelled 5 and 6). 2 unmasking, cooling down and polishing stations, (labelled 7).

5 assembly stations, (labelled 8)

6 stations for group C - Large repairs, including: •

2 panel beating stations, (labelled 9)

4 disassembly and reassembly stations, (labelled 10)

1 aluminum station, (labelled 11) 1 carwash station, (labelled 15) 1 spare parts warehouse, (labelled 14)

6.2

Shop dimensions

Width 25.00 m

82 ft

Length 68.00 m

223 ft

1.700,00 m2

18000 sq ft

6.3

Number of technicians needed for repairs

Repairs ONEPANEL (1 panels)

1 technician for 4 repairs per day

Repairs STANDARD (2 or 3 panels)

15,5 technicians for 13 repairs per day

Repairs LARGE (4 and more panels)

5,5 technicians for 3 repairs per day

22 technicians in total produce 20 repairs per day

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Repair process for group A - ONEPANEL type damage (repairs on one panel)

The FixStation workstation (labelled 12) allows a technician to perform 4 repairs per day, one every 2:02 h. The work process involves a single vehicle position for every stage of the repair operations, with no movements required, and the preparation and painting is performed using the SPAP cycle. The FixStation is a 5.00 m wide by 8.00 m long preparation and painting area equipped with Flydry and BaseTron-Close, as well as the Shopline accessories.

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Repair process for group B - STANDARD type damage (repairs on 2 or 3 panels).

The process only involves three vehicle movements to be performed during the process of the repair operations. The department performs 13 STANDARD repair jobs per day with 15,5 technicians.

8.1

Stage 1 – Seven, Disassembly and Panel Beating stations, labelled 1

Phases of process Disassembly Panel Beating

Repairs

13

HOURS average time per repair

Technicians required

1:25

2,5

1:44

3,0

Without moving the vehicle, the disassembly and panel beating operations are both performed at this workstation by either one or two technicians, based on how their roles have been organised. Once the repair operations have been completed, the technician moves the vehicle onto the FixLine, loading it onto the CarMover at the first of the stations labelled 2. Once the vehicle has been moved, the technician will be able to immediately begin the subsequent repair job, as the vehicle is already available in the buffer station. This station is a work area 4 m wide by 7 m long, with an additional 2 m of adjacent hallway space for storing equipment. Each station is equipped with ShopLine accessories.


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8.2

Stage 2 – One FixLine KombiTron

Note: In addition to the FixLine KombiTron, which is capable of performing 16 repairs per day, there is even the FixLine SprayTron, capable of performing 10 repairs per day. (see catalogue of products). All the FixLine workstations are 4.00 m wide by 8.00 m long, and are equipped with CarMover units for moving the vehicles in just 5 seconds. The FixLine system is capable of performing 13 Standard repairs and 3 Large repairs per day, for a total of 16 repairs, employing a total of 7.5 technicians for the body filler, primer, painting and polishing phases. With the FixLine system, each technician is required to perform only one role during the course of the day, which means that they can alternate between different roles, but on different days. For repairs that take more time than the average, the FixLine system allows for more than one technician to be involved in the preparation of the same vehicle, thus helping to maintain a constant rhythm and productivity rate.

8.2.1

Two, body filler stations, labelled 2 Body filler Standard Repair Large Repair

Repairs

HOURS average time per repair

13

0:28

3

0:43

Technicians required

1,5

At this station the technician applies and sands the body filler using the SPAP application process. The two workstations are equipped with a Flydry unit.

SPAP BODY FILLER: http://youtu.be/-ClPoLfr16A


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8.2.2

Three, Primer stations, labelled 3 Primer

Repairs

HOURS average time per repair

13

0:44

3

1:11

Standard Repair Large Repair

Technicians required

2,0

At this station the technician applies and sands the primer using the SPAP application process. The three workstations are equipped with a Flydry unit, and the first one of the three is also equipped with a Basetron for the primer application in a spray way or with roller, saving masking time and consumable products. SPAP PRIMER: http://youtu.be/DGu-4Z505W4

8.2.3

One Masking station, labelled 4

Masking Standard Repair Large Repair

Repairs

HOURS average time per repair

13

0:20

3

0:30

At this station the technician masks and washes the vehicle in preparation for painting.

Technicians required

1


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8.2.4

Two KombiTron stations, labelled 4 and 5, the first for painting and the second for drying.

Painting Standard Repair Large Repair

Repairs

HOURS average time per repair

13

0:49

3

1:00

Technicians required

2

SprayTron is composed of: •

Station 5 is a SprayTron, spray and drying booth equipped with Easydry units.

Station 6 is a drying booth, equipped with an Easydry unit.

Using the SPAP cycle, two painters alternate painting two repairs per hour in the following manner. •

In booth 5, which is equipped with a SprayTron and Easydry unit, the first painter applies the wet on wet – sealer and dries it with the Easydry unit. Afterwards, the water base is immediately applied and dried with the Easydry unit. The clear lacquer is then immediately applied, but instead of being dried in the same booth, the vehicle is pushed into the second booth (labelled 6), where the second Easydry unit dries the clear lacquer. In this manner, the first painter finishes with the application on the first repairs in about 25 minutes, and booth 5 is therefore freed up every half-hour for the other painter. With this procedure, each of the two painters spends about 25 minutes of each hour performing painting operations, and the remaining 35 minutes are spent washing the spray gun and preparing the colour and clear for the next job.

SPAP PAINTING EASYDRY: http://youtu.be/CHystCnyETM


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8.2.5

Two, Polishing stations, labelled 7.

Polishing Standard Repair Large Repair

Repairs

HOURS average time per repair

13

0:29

3

0:58

Technicians required

1,5

At the first station, the vehicle is unmasked and the paint is left to cool down for fifteen minutes. At the second station, the technician polishes the paint and when finished, moves the vehicle onto one of the free assembly stations, labelled eight.

8.3

Stage 3 - Five Assembly stations, labelled 8

Assembly Standard Repair

Repairs

HOURS average time per repair

Technicians required

13

2:23

4,0

The technician assembles the parts on the vehicle. This station is a work area of 4 m wide by 7 m long, with an additional 2 m of adjacent hallway space for storing equipment. Each station is equipped with ShopLine accessories.


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Repair process for group C - LARGE damage (repairs on 4 or more panels)

The repair is carried out via the panel beating and disassembly-reassembly stages in the specific department, which are separate from the other 2 groups of repairs, while the body filler, primer, painting and polishing are carried out with the FixLine system. The department performs 3 repairs per day with 5.5 technicians, 1.5 of whom work on the FixLine system.

9.1

Two panel beating stations, labelled 9

Panel Beating Panel Beating

Repairs

HOURS average time per repair

Technicians required

3

3:11

1,5

At this station, the technician repair or replaces the damaged panel. The work area is 4.5 m wide by 10 m long, and each station is equipped with frame-jig or pull bench, as well as ShopLine accessories.

9.2

Four Disassembly-Assembly stations, labelled 10

Phases of process Disassembly Assembly

Repairs

3

HOURS average time per repair

2:36 4:22

Technicians required

2,5

The technician disassembles the damaged parts and assembles the new or repaired ones. This station is a work area 4 m wide by 7 m long, with an additional 2 m of adjacent hallway space for storing equipment. Each station is equipped with lifts and ShopLine accessories.


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Additional services

10.1

10.2

10.3

One Aluminium bay, labelled 11

One Carwash station

One Spare parts warehouse


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We trust we presented the FixLine work process in a sufficiently simple manner, so as to properly convey the significant value that this form of car body shop is capable of offering. We are aware that the proposed model is quite innovative and that it may cause certain doubts to arise regarding the possibility of repairing vehicles in a more industrialised manner, but we have already succeeded in doing so. We offer a wide range of solutions worldwide, with organisational models that can be easily adapted to satisfy the customer’s specific requirements.

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