“It is critical” to perform pre- and post-repair vehicle scans, and then apply the correct repair procedures to all vehicles, reinforced a panel at the Collision Industry Conference meeting in Palm Springs.
Over 800 visitors took advantage of the opportunity not only to examine new products but also to invest some of their time in extending their professional knowledge at one of the twelve workshops that were on offer, from Sept. 13-17
The NACE Automechanika Commitment to Training completed its third one-day training event of 2016 in mid-November, with a record turnout that brought the total number of automotive professionals trained this year to more than 370.
When a carbon fiber intensive vehicle sustains damage to the structural components the repair procedures and protocols take more skill and technique, and the OEM will have specific materials and products for the repair.
The Summit, to be held Thursday, November 3rd during the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, will continue to focus on emerging trends in vehicle construction and technology and how those aspects influence vehicle repairability.
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