GM Advances Mixed-Metal Joining

Cadillac will be the first to use the companies best solutions to mate aluminum alloys to various steels for a lighter weight and stiffer structure. At the Washington Auto Show, Cadillac stated it will use the auto industry?s most advanced mixed-material manufacturing techniques to build its upcoming all-new CT6 sedan, allowing the efficiency of a smaller vehicle. The CT6 that goes on sale in the fourth quarter of 2015 will be built at the Volt/ELR?s Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant using advanced combination of joining techniques. A new body shop with new tooling and advanced technologies has been added to the plant. The fully automated, roughly 138,000 sq. ft. shop is dedicated to manufacturing the CT6.

GM Advances Mixed-Metal Joining
xcel, Jan 24, 2015
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