An Automated Line for Painting and Coating (1988)



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Visionary Efforts by the Painting/Coating Departments of Honda's Factories

The process of finishing an auto body where the white bodies assembled in the welding line are coated and painted, is critical to the exterior quality of the completed car. It is a process that puts the final touches on the vehicle to ensure its value to the consumer.

Honda's coating/painting technology was cultivated from know-how acquired through the production of motorcycles, and then applied to automotive manufacturing. Yet, Honda actually began its effort to develop a dedicated coating/painting technology for automobiles in the 1960s, when the company was just getting started in the production of cars.

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