Tim Sramcik

  • 3D technology comes with some significant challenges, however. Here's a look at the five most common issues repairers face using these tools, along with the steps shops can take to ensure a smooth transition into this new world of measuring.
  • Nearly every industry deals with some controversial issue that it resolves but doesn't eliminate. In the collision repair market, that issue would be sectioning.
  • Shops can turn to a number of plastic repairs that can be conducted with airless welders and other tools they should already possess. Refer to the following instructions, provided by the Urethane Supply Company, to handle some of your most common plastic repairs.
  • Create the best urethane bonds possible using our step-by-step guide of the latest adhesive solutions.
  • Body fillers are vital, central parts of collision repair that manufactures have significantly improved over the past several decades. Refer to the following application steps, recommendations and tips to get the most from the latest fillers.
  • Growing a repair business into an MSO brings plenty of benefits, but also challenges, including proper training across multiple locations. Get seven lessons to help guide your training program.
  • Shops can do plenty to prepare for aluminum before they even see a 2015 Ford F-150 at their door.  
  • Get advice from industry experts to ensure the best transfer efficiency, partnered with the best finishes possible.