Factory flow

Using digital engineering simulations, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP017215" title="Boeing Co." href="/topic/economy-business-finance/manufacturing-engineering/aerospace-manufacturing/boeing-co.-ORCRP017215.topic">Boeing</a> unveiled the 787 final assembly factory flow during its first virtual rollout in December 2006. Customers, partners and employees gathered to witness the event, which recognizes the completion of detailed analysis of the build process of the entire airplane.&#8232;&#8232; Pre-integration of wing parts takes place in the factory's 40-36 building, which will soon be outfitted with a new door to accommodate the large-size 787 structure.

Using digital engineering simulations, Boeing unveiled the 787 final assembly factory flow during its first virtual rollout in December 2006. Customers, partners and employees gathered to witness the event, which recognizes the completion of detailed analysis of the build process of the entire airplane.

 Pre-integration of wing parts takes place in the factory's 40-36 building, which will soon be outfitted with a new door to accommodate the large-size 787 structure.

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