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I went to get my headlight replaced by a mechanic today and I was told I had critters under the hood!!! He removed the air pipe (probably not the right term) and showed me the birdseeds, etc. that we’re sitting in the airbox Needless to say, I was thoroughly disgusted.
This is a second generation high-speed CAN transceiver that guarantees Loop Delay Symmetry in order to support higher data rates required for CAN FD. Maximum propagation delay was improved to support longer bus length. The device meets the automotive requirements for CAN FD bit rates exceeding 5 Mbps.
Find out how Daimler Trucks powered up a digital transformation in its Portland connected factory. Macro developments always influence our reality. In the past and in the future probably also. Thanks for the tip, Rochelle! I’ve made little signs leading to my neighbor’s car. The neighbor that likes to walk his dog on my lawn, that is.
After these parts have cooled down they are now ready to be assembled. The assemblers job is to grab the part check for any defects before beginning the assembly process. Once part is deemed good you put the part in a jig. These jigs vary for the part you are assembling. Some jigs hold the part in a certain location so you can add either clips, felts or even primer to make the felts adhere to the part. Clips will hold the part in place on a vehicle, whereas a felt is usually placed on a part to cut vibration or noise when installed in the car. There is a few robots that will put the clips on the part for you and you only need to adhere the felt or tape. You then do a final inspection before placing the part in a specially made box to skid up and ship out to the automotive customer. You then repeat this process throughout your shift. This job entails a lot of standing and bending. It’s also very hard on you’re fingers, and or back, when dealing with the clips or felts.
My final topic of discussion today deals with a very in depth dissertation I recently came across (L.T. Harper, Discontinuous Carbon Fibre Composites for Automotive Applications, The University of Nottingham, UK). The author goes into great detail about the feasibility of carbon fiber composites in the automotive industry, how they will work and what will be the challenges faced by their integration into the market.