Hello, hello, community!
My name is Niraj, and I’ve been asked to write a new topic with a behind-the-scenes look at the assembly of new V prototypes in its factory. Many of you probably have seen me around (for example my Spectrum prototype thread), so I’m thrilled to take on this new topic. Let’s take a walk down this sneak peek together as we explore the fine details! So, kick back, relax, and stay a while, because I’m excited to show you what the team has accomplished!
Our project manager Kira visited the factory to capture the following footage of the prototypes. These early units will be extensively tested to help improve future iterations.
At the start, operators inspect various pieces prior to assembly. In clockwise order from top left: inspection line overview; the Windows Hello camera modules (with LED indicator and Infrared sensor); the rear-facing camera modules; the speaker assembly; the heatsinks (with exhaust fan); and the foam gaskets for rear cameras.
Quality control is an important part of the entire process. At every step in the assembly process, tests verifying the quality of both parts and assembly are conducted to ensure that the V meets Eve’s standards.