ACT 220 - Automotive Refinishing
Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor or Associate Dean
Description: Students demonstrate OSHA safety standards while applying professional spray gun techniques. Explanation and demonstration of procedures and processes used in prepping, masking, and protection of a vehicle for a professional finish also occurs. Students will achieve the industry standards for correctly matching color, blending colors, and applying clear coat in matching pre-accident conditions. Students will learn airbrush fading and shadowing in custom paint work on automobiles, motorcycles, and watercraft, including a variety of different paint applications and color effects.
Notes: This course is a competency based education course and only offered as part of the Automotive Collision Repair, AAS (ACRTD) degree program.
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