Watch Humans & Robots Build a ’17 Super Duty in Kentucky

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Henry Ford revolutionized the world with the invention of the assembly line; a process that not only created better products, but it allowed companies and employees to be more efficient and therefore more profitable.

As industrial manufacturing progressed, a simple assembly line wasn’t enough, plus everyone had already copied the concept. It wasn’t until the mid-1800’s that heavy machinery really caught on and started making a dent in mass-production. Fast-forward to today, and it’d be merely impossible to operate with only human workers.

The guys at, CAR TV, have brought us this excellent YouTube video where we can see the entire assembly process for the mighty 2017 Ford Super Duty. The process takes place at the Ford and Lincoln Assembly plant in the State of Kentucky, which is one of the two American plants equipped to produce aluminum bodies.

Whether it’s the multi-million dollar robots dancing in harmony, or the attention-to-detail and dedication of the workers that make sure our trucks are as solid as they can be, the entire process is simply mesmerizing. It may even make you appreciate your Ford truck just a bit more!

Which one is your favorite part?

Chime in with your thoughts on the forum. >>

Jerry Perez is a regular contributor to Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Corvette Forum, and 6SpeedOnline, among other auto sites.

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