automotive frame

automotive frame

[¦ȯd·ə¦mōd·iv ′frām]
(engineering)
The basic structure of all automotive vehicles, except tractors, which is supported by the suspension and upon which or attached to which are the power plant, transmission, clutch, and body or seat for the driver.
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With a table measuring 154[inches] x 20[inches] and XYZ-axis travels of 144[inches] x 20[inches] x 20[inches] the machine is intended for machining long aerospace components such as seat runners and helicopter blades, automotive frame parts, crane rails and superstructures, and roller conveyor brackets for the food packaging industry.
Dearborn, MI, and several adhesive suppliers are devising an extruded 6061 tubular automotive frame, onto which the body sections will be adhesively bonded.
The auto parts manufacturer has been producing automotive frame components for Honda.
has two plants in Venezuela, one that makes axles and structural products, such as automotive frames, for manufacturers in the region.
It is great for anything that rusts or is exposed to a corrosive environment such as stored automotive frames, parts stored over long periods, boat trailers and bilge pumps, fishing reels boat rigging, live bate wells, hooks and tackle, wheel bearings, outdoor speakers, bike chains, cogs.
Top industrial employers in the county, all in Corydon, include Tower Automotive, with 750 employees making automotive frames for the Ford Explorer; the Tyson Foods poultry-processing plant, which employs 630; and auto component manufacturer Oxford Automotive, with 400 on the payroll.

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