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This video takes viewers on a tour of the Planta Gertau Corsa, a Mexican plant that manufactures structural profiles. The tour includes a look at the plant's security protocols, as well as how the plant recycles water and produces vapor from water droplets.

  • 00:00:00 This video introduces viewers to Recorrido VR 360° - Plant Gertau Corso, a mexican plant that manufactures structural profiles. It also features a tour of the plant's security protocols. After the tour, viewers can see a panel that displays information about plant safety. Finally, the video explains how the plant recycles water and produces vapor from water droplets.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, you'll see a tour of a plant that produces semi-integrated steel structures, including a patio area and a shipyard area. You'll also see the plant's main production area, which contains a furnace for melting and casting steel pieces, and a area for storing the heated pieces. Next, you'll see the plant's main furnace, where the heated pieces are transferred to other parts of the plant. Finally, you'll see the plant's Humidification System, which removes smoke and fumes from the steel before it is sold.
  • 00:10:00 This video shows how a plant called Geraau can be adjusted to produce the desired chemical composition. It also removes all flower associated with the textile fabric next to me. Now, we can see the control panel for the machine and then go to the control panel for the main furnace. We're now in the cabin of the furnace for electric or arc furnace. This furnace has a capacity of 180 tons and produces 180 tons of liquid aluminum. We discharge 120 tons of it into the pot. Now, we're approaching the platform. The furnace in this platform is made several times. One of its main functions is taking temperature. It also displays chemical composition, but also from this platform we can see the brick wall of slag as a product of our process. It helps us to clean the metal with hardness durities. But this brick wall isn't only used and observed. It is also reachable to recycle. And it is recycled through a plant of slag deposit. This door that they are seeing opening up is where new materials are taken in. And at the bottom of the picture, they can see our podcast "Radi". It's like a giant wasp carrying a large pot of slag liquid. We call it "counting". And
  • 00:15:00 This video shows how an operator uses a VR headset to work on a machine that produces metallic sheets called "plates." The operator uses a tool to rap the plates, which causes them to cool quickly. Once they are cool, the operator removes them from the machine and puts them in a container. The plates are then transported to a second machine, where they are cut into small pieces and heated up again. The plates are then transported to a third machine, where they are welded together and cooled. The finished product is then transported to a fourth machine, where it is cut into small pieces and packaged.
  • 00:20:00 This industrial machine, known as a telespotting machine, is used to fabricate parts such as dental implants. It has five lines of production, which allows for parts to be made quickly and with precision. The machine is cooled by a water bath, and the operator can see the parts being made as they cool and solidify. Lastly, the machine has a conveyor belt that takes the finished parts to the next stage.
  • 00:25:00 This video shows how a plant-girdled serpent is cut into pieces using a number of cutting tools. The first part of the video shows the process of making the plant-girdled serpent, while the second part focuses on the equipment used to cut it into pieces. The final part of the video shows how the pieces are reformed into new products.
  • 00:30:00 This product is a system that makes a change in years past to make a change in product design. Previously, one could take products to 10 hours with a different system. This system is like cartridges, so your equipment is a cartridge and you put the other cartridge in and that takes around 40 minutes. This gives us a lot of flexibility in the hour of taking different measurements and bringing them to the market. We're going to look at a little bit how this is going through the different steps of fabric and slowly getting longer. The material that follows seems to be the last easy when we're going to start walking to reach the bar on the next equipment that our finished product. With this equipment, I accompany you. Now that we're walking and taking advantage of the opportunity to walk while we're walking, we're going to see the shapes of the laminated cylinders that will give our product its figure here to the right. What is doing now is a saw blade being heated up, this first saw blade is preparing the tape for the material to be cut. Prepararing the point of the material to be able to enter our next 5 without any problem. Something that I didn't mention earlier is the initial product that we started all the process with.
  • 00:35:00 This video explains the process of recorrido VR 360° - Gerdau Corsa. First, viewers see the finished product in the other side of the bar, which they had been viewing earlier. Interesting aspects of the finished product are that the bar moves instead of rotating like in the other machine, and talent units move independently to reach a target. In the next step, we move away a bit to avoid being directly over the line of laminating, but see something interesting on the surface: a blue box measuring dimensions of the product as it passes. This blue box is a laser system that takes all dimensions of the product as it moves. In real time, they know if the product is coming out with the dimensions specified under normal conditions. The blue box also has weights and lines measuring dimensions of the product, which is very important in the next step. Next, they cut the material with a saw, removing the label. Finally, they show how to remove wrinkles from the material with a press, and explain that this is one of the most important steps in the recorrido VR 360° - Gerdau Corsa process. Next, they show how to deform the material with press and anvil, first compression and then attention
  • 00:40:00 The video shows a 360° tour of the Gerdau Corso mill, which is a huge machine because it needs to measure enough to capture the 110-meter beams. Its main function is to put a friend at another by wrapping them in small packages to help us cut multiple beams at the same time. In this case, the beam height is 12 inches, and we are cutting four magas before moving closer to the cold cutting edge of the Sierra de Corte Frío. One and then two have two sierras because it is more efficient to use the first one to cut the nominal length of 80 feet and the second one to cut the nominal length of 40 feet. Obviously, if we had transport that was big enough, we would love to be able to send the world our beams measuring 110 meters. However, there is no transport that can carry these beams. Here, we can also use the opportunity to have another view of our finished project from the other side. The first cut with the Sierra de Corte Frío makes it possible to remove the tip or in this case the collar that was behind the material. We see it and that later returns to our workshop for turning. Later, we are finishing the last cut of another package,
  • 00:45:00 This video shows how a plant haul truck works, and then shows how an empaquetadora machines and assembles wooden beams into packages. The empaquetadora has different functions depending on the size of the beam being assembled. For example, it can assemble beams of different lengths into packages.
  • 00:50:00 This video takes you on a virtual tour of the Planta Gertau Corsa, a Viennese roller coaster.

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