After blanks of aluminum have been stamped into 3D parts, they are assembled into what is called a “Body in White” – a term that refers to a vehicle body ready to be painted.
At each station, robots build a unique sub-assembly and then transfer it to the Body Framing Line where it is joined with other sub-assemblies from parallel stations. The robotic arms of the Body Framing Line bond, rivet and weld sub-assemblies into the iconic form of Model S. Once again absent in the video, people.
Anyway, thats enough talk. On to the video: