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Module 1 – Aluminum Overview - Aluminum and uses on today’s vehicle models. Considerations concerning stampings, extrusions, castings, galvanic corrosion and damage analysis will be discussed. The small group activity will commence during the first module, where the students will make repair procedure decisions on a simulated aluminum-intensive vehicle. Module 2 – Working with Aluminum - Best practices for working with aluminum, and details heating and straightening considerations for the material. Small groups will continue to build their repairs decisions on simulated aluminum-intensive vehicles. Module 3 – Attachment Methods and Processes – Vehicle maker attachment methods, threaded fasteners, and rivets. The module continues as the class discusses hems, clinches, and welding procedures for aluminum. Small student groups within the class will complete their simulated repair decisions and discuss topics from the decisions made throughout the activity. Module 1 - Cosmetic Aluminum Panel Overview - Where aluminum is used and its characteristics. Techniques and certain differences between repairing aluminum and steel are given. Damage considerations, panel straightening, painless dent repair (PDR) straightening techniques, and corrosion protection. Techniques to remove damage such as hammer and dolly use, using heat with aluminum, PDR, weld-on and glue-on dent removal, and preventing corrosion. Module 2 - Attachment Methods – Panel attachment and removal methods including, adhesive bonding, threaded fasteners, bolted-on parts, and rivet types and use. Preparation and application, including rivet bonding, hem flange removal, hemmed door skin replacement, welded exterior panel removal, and joint preparation. Aluminum welding considerations such as welding tears and dressing the weld. Module 3 – Surface Preparation and Refinishing - Prepping the surface for body filler, types of body fillers, primers, and refinishing aluminum parts.

ADH01 Adhesive Bonding (IL English and French)

ALI01 Aluminum Intensive Vehicle Repairs (IL English and French)

APR01 Aluminum Exterior Panel Repair and Replacement (IL English and French)

E M NA Module 1 – Adhesive Bonding Materials - Epoxy, acrylic, and urethane. Differences between adhesive and cohesive failure as well as considerations for working with adhesives. Identify vehicle makers that use adhesives. Module 2 – Attachment Processes - Types of weld bonding and types of rivets used for rivet bonding. Using adhesives in aluminum repairs. Module 3 – Two-part Adhesive Bonding Repairs -Separating panels, describing when primers may be required, and preparing parts for adhesive bonding. Re-position parts after attachment to the adhesive. The proper technique for making two-part adhesive repairs. Module 4 – One-part Adhesive Bonding Repairs - Part removal and cleaning considerations for one-part adhesive bonding repairs, the processes for preparing one-part adhesive bed. Preparing a replacement part for one-part urethane.

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Training Directory 2018  
Training Directory 2018