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In January 2010, the 777 u-shaped production line began moving simultaneously, becoming what's believed to be the largest integrated moving line in the world. New technologies have been implemented to achieve the highest production rate the Everett plant has seen.
Flex-track drilling machines in the 777 body and wings area along with automated spray-painting equipment have enabled employees to increase productivity and improve quality and safety.
Flex Track fuselage drilling equipment consists of numerically controlled drill machines riding on flexible tracks that attach to the exterior of the fuselage skin with vacuum cups.
Fuselage Automated Upright Build, or FAUB, improves workplace safety and increases product quality. This technology has been in development by Boeing since 2012.
With this new technology, fuselage sections will be built using automated, guided robots that will fasten the panels of the fuselage together, drilling and filling the more than approximately 60,000 fasteners that are today installed by hand.
FAUB offers numerous benefits including an improvement in employee safety. The nature of the drilling and filling work makes it ideal for an automated solution. More than half of all injuries on the 777 program have occurred during the phase of production that is being automated. In addition, the automated system is expected to reduce build times and improve first-time quality of the build process.
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