- May 19, 2017
A new video from the manufacturer of Tesla’s Giga Press gives details on the machine the automaker intends to use to use to stamp out the Cybertruck.
The video from IDRA Group General Manager Riccardo Ferrario did not name Tesla, but announced that an electric car manufacturer ordered the first 8,000-ton die-casting machine. Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk previously said that to produce the Cybertruck the company would need an 8,000-ton casting press.
Tesla currently owns the two biggest casting machines in the world, including a 6,000-ton unit used to manufacture the Model Y rear chassis and crash rails as a single component.
Tesla reportedly has three casting machines installed at Giga Shanghai, two machines installed at the factory in Fremont, Calif., and one machine set to be installed at both Giga Berlin and Giga Austin.
“This giant machine will be used for the production of chassis components of larger vehicles such as pickup trucks, full electric...
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