ACT 130 - Non-structural Cosmetic Panel Repair
Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor or Associate Dean
Description: Students engage in learning the procedures for surface preparation used in metal finishing and metal shrinking along with the use of cosmetic fillers. Emphasis is placed on the use of proper tools required to perform these tasks, including the use, selection, and safety procedures for tools and equipment. Non-structural repair and body working tools and repair techniques used in auto collision profession are explained. Students will also apply industry-correct methods in sheet metal and body repair to complete non-detectable finished body work with a focus on students learning the correct selection and application of primers, and the use and selection of metal corrosion protection.
Notes: This course will be retired in Fall 2019-20 academic year.
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