The manufacturing process for elevators at Oryx Elevators & Escalators LLC involves several stages, each critical for ensuring quality, safety, and reliability 

Design and Engineering:

The process begins with the design and engineering phase, where the specifications for the elevator system are developed based on customer requirements, building dimensions, and safety regulations.
Engineers utilize CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software to create detailed drawings and models of the elevator components, including the cab, shaft, doors, control systems, and safety features.

Procurement of Materials:

Once the design is finalized, the procurement team sources the necessary materials and components from approved suppliers. These may include steel for the frame, electrical components, motors, cables, safety sensors, and interior finishes.

Fabrication and Assembly:

The fabrication process involves cutting, bending, welding, and machining raw materials to produce the structural components of the elevator, such as the frame, doors, and panels.
Skilled technicians assemble the various components according to the design specifications, integrating mechanical, electrical, and electronic systems into the elevator system.

Installation of Components:

During assembly, specialized components such as the elevator car, counterweight, guide rails, and drive systems are installed within the elevator shaft.
Electrical wiring, control panels, and safety circuits are connected and tested to ensure proper functionality and compliance with safety standards.

Testing and Quality Control:

Once the elevator system is assembled, it undergoes rigorous testing to verify performance, safety, and reliability. This includes load testing, speed testing, door operation tests, and emergency stop simulations.
Quality control inspectors conduct thorough inspections at each stage of the manufacturing process to identify any defects or deviations from specifications. Any issues are addressed promptly to ensure the final product meets the highest standards.

Finishing and Packaging:

After testing and inspection, the elevator components are finished with paint, coatings, and interior finishes according to customer preferences.
The finished elevator system is carefully packaged to protect it during transportation and installation, with special attention to preventing damage to sensitive components.

Shipping and Installation:

The completed elevators are shipped to the installation site, where a team of experienced technicians oversees the installation process. This includes erecting the elevator shaft, positioning the components, and connecting them to the building’s electrical and mechanical systems.
Final adjustments and calibrations are made to ensure proper alignment, smooth operation, and compliance with safety regulations.

Commissioning and Handover:

Once installed, the elevator undergoes final commissioning, during which all systems are tested again to ensure proper integration and functionality.
Training sessions may be provided to building staff or operators on how to use and maintain the elevator system safely and efficiently.
Upon successful completion of commissioning and testing, the elevator is officially handed over to the customer for regular operation.