The video is the latest in a free YouTube series featuring informal panels of shop owners and other experts discussing both hot and potentially overlooked technical aspects of collision repair. The video collection provides a great educational resource for not only technicians and shop owners but also educators, insurers and vehicle owners.
“The newest video in the series focuses on settings, setup and training considerations in your collision repair business,” SCRS wrote in a news release about the new metal inert gas/metal active gas welding film. “The content will prove valuable to both owners and operators, as well as to technical staff.”
The film features SCRS board members Dave Gruskos (Reliable Automotive Equipment) and Michael Bradshaw (K&M Collision), former board Chairman Andy Dingman (Dingman’s Collision Center), and SCRS Education Committee co-Chairman Toby Chess (Kent Automotive).
SCRS announced Part 1 last month. It discusses the types of MIG welders available for shops, considerations before buying one, and how to ensure your shop has the correct wiring and voltage to use the new toy on a steel or aluminum vehicle.
“If you are looking to update the welding equipment in your facility, or fine tune your approach to proper repairs, this new series should inspire questions and considerations as they relate to the equipment, facility, procedures, training, protective measures and more,” SCRS wrote in a news release.
Society of Collision Repair Specialists YouTube channel, 2017
Featured image: SCRS board member Michael Bradshaw (K&M Collision), left, and SCRS Education Committee co-Chairman Toby Chess (Kent Automotive) are shown in an Society of Collision Repair Specialists video on MIG and MAG welding.
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