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Cybertruck metal oragami body machine? Sacmi Imola makes incredible metal forming equipment(bends to any shape, a press). Their press' are capable of up to 25k tons!!!!!

Peep the weight of this shipment. 334k lbs.

This could be the huge shipments we've been seeing go to fl. 2 in press area

Convincing that Teslas has never had shipments before from Sacmi Imola, so this isn't as likely to be expansions to an existing model Y line.

This press arrived in Houston back on the same ship with the Gigapress components in late September.

This is actually labeled as a press even ;)

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Seems like they make a lot of things.

Though that weight is a bit of an eye opener. 167 tons! That’s a beast if it’s all one integrated piece of equipment.

I guess Tesla isn’t screwing around with the old school “Make a bunch of little bits and weld them together” methodology anymore.
 
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Seems like they make a lot of things.

Though that weight is a bit of an eye opener. 167 tons! That’s a beast if it’s all one integrated piece of equipment.

I guess Tesla isn’t screwing around with the old school “Make a bunch of little bits and weld them together” methodology anymore.
It’s either going to be an incredibly quick ramp with a couple of pieces, equipment, or one equipment is going to suck after another… And make this take forever… 😪
 


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I just can't wait for the day its announced that they are producing test vehicles .... all the 'vaporware' shorts will vanish like HydrogenFirst.
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I guess Tesla isn’t screwing around with the old school “Make a bunch of little bits and weld them together” methodology anymore.
I like to think an engineer at Tesla looked at a die cast car in target one day and went, "hey... Wait a minute."
 
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I kinda don’t think they could have done it 50 years ago though. Working in a factory was cool, I think. Like the equivalent maybe of working in Silicon Valley? Maybe not?
 


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Cybertruck metal oragami body machine? Sacmi Imola makes incredible metal forming equipment(bends to any shape, a press). Their press' are capable of up to 25k tons!!!!!

Peep the weight of this shipment. 334k lbs.

This could be the huge shipments we've been seeing go to fl. 2 in press area

Convincing that Teslas has never had shipments before from Sacmi Imola, so this isn't as likely to be expansions to an existing model Y line.

This press arrived in Houston back on the same ship with the Gigapress components in late September.

This is actually labeled as a press even ;)

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Possibly great news, thanks, but how did you hear that it was delivered? Did one of the drone pilots catch a delivery that I missed? Or is this conjecture?
 
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Possibly great news, thanks, but how did you hear that it was delivered? Did one of the drone pilots catch a delivery that I missed? Or is this conjecture?
I mean delivered to port, not necessarily Giga texas

I am speculating that it is the huge deliveries that have been getting craned up to second floor of stamping area.
 

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I mean delivered to port, not necessarily Giga texas

I am speculating that it is the huge deliveries that have been getting craned up to second floor of stamping area.
Those pyramidal shaped things? They are large but don't look heavy. I suspect that the folding machine will be on the first floor as nothing that heavy could be supported on the second floor.
 

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It’s parked right next to the Schroedinger’s Gigapress which is in Italy and Texas at the same time.
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