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Components That Drive EV Battery Pack Assembly

Learn about how MISUMI components can provide easy solutions for the complicated EV battery pack assembly processes. From unpacking to module assembly, there is a component that can successfully achieve your design requirements.




Originally presented: January 25, 2022
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

The electric vehicle industry is experiencing great growth, especially in the battery pack assembly process. Developing the designs for each of the assembly processes can be a tedious and long process. This is where MISUMI components come in. MISUMI's configurable components allow for ease of design without the long lead times of in-house or local machine shops, and with the added bonus of competitive pricing.

In this webinar, MISUMI industry segment manager Dan Gregoire will review the battery pack assembly processes and show the components the drive their success in outputting quality battery pack modules. He will also cover the growth that the EV market is seeing and its future state.

From linear shafts to bolts, MISUMI carries a vast array of electrical and mechanical components. Learn about how MISUMI components can provide easy solutions for the complicated EV battery pack assembly processes. From unpacking to module assembly, there is a component that can successfully achieve your design requirements.

Key Takeaways

  • Recognize that the EV market is growing quickly and MISUMI is ready to grow with you
  • Discover that MISUMI is your one-stop-shop for components in the automotive battery assembly industry
  • Learn how MISUMI configurable components can get your prototype and designs to full production quickly

Speaker

Dan Gregoire, Industry Segment Manager, Automotive and Electric Vehicles, MISUMI

With over 20 years of experience in the automotive industry, Dan Gregoire develops strategies for how MISUMI's products can be utilized in a variety of automotive automation and EV manufacturing applications and designs. His previous roles at MISUMI include regional sales manager and territory manager. He is based in Detroit.