On the Fifth Day of Christmas, the Future Gave to Me…

 

In the automotive world, designing a zero-emission vehicle is the way of the future, however, sustaining that future must start with a modernized and scalable work process that will yield manufacturing productivity for tomorrow’s’ customers. With more focus on implementation and IoT, today’s auto manufacturing environment will be better positioned to exploit rapidly emerging technologies, innovations and 3D printing techniques as the underlying culture of manufacturing continues to evolve.  As a result, tomorrow’s companies will be leaders in optimized station-based workflows, integrated IoT measurements, deep learning and predictive frameworks that will improve product yields, manpower efficiency and production output.

RONN Motor Group, Inc. (RONN) is an early adopter of such emerging manufacturing technologies and innovations that are focused on data-driven manufacturing work processes. Today, 3D modeling is widely utilized by automotive manufacturers during the design and engineering process.  Within the manufacturing process, however, 3D printing is underutilized, specifically in dematerializing modular components into lighter and more cost efficient parts that result in decreasing impact on the environment, transportation and ultimately the bottom line.

“3D printing is used extensively for prototyping in product development today to accelerate design cycles and enable designers to efficiently explore multiple options,” said Dr. Paul Benning, HP fellow and 3D print chief technologist at HP, Inc. “Typically, these designs were manufactured in analog processes like injection molding, but in the future, parts will be manufactured using 3D print.”

This approach also enables vehicles to be built by smaller local teams with modularized automation to further reduce production costs, time, and enhance delivery quality while rapidly scaling capacity. Using these new computer-aided design and development techniques, such as 3D printing and computer simulated crash testing, allows a better use of capital to regionalize manufacturing, distribution and sustainment.

According to Businessnewsdaily.com, when discussing 3D printing, Matt Regnier, CEO of Dagoma 3D said, “I think one of the main advantages … is to be able to adjust and adapt the whole production line with the speed of the 3D printing production lines.  For example, if we want to improve something on our machine, it’s easy – it’s just one click away. For another technology like injection, it’s not one click away; it’s two to three months away. You’d have to change molds, ship it, make sure it’s ready and working, and then start producing.”

In order to see the future changed, one must be willing to change the processes that advance the system as a whole, and RONN is committed to just that, leading the automotive revolution toward a zero-emission future.  Individuals ready to shift the automotive future are being offered a limited investment opportunity through Regulation A+, the Mini-IPO allowing everyday people the chance to invest.  Investment opportunities that were previously limited to high net worth individuals are now accessible to both accredited and non-accredited investors alike.  Get in on the ground floor of unprecedented zero-emission design and the forefront of rapid scale manufacturing.    Together we can accelerate the future.

 

 

 

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