We break down the five most-requested vehicles/repairs among ALLDATA Collision subscribers.
The big show is at the end of this month, so start planning your trip to the Motor City today.
A look at the new and emerging technology in both low-VOC solvent-based and waterborne paint.
Any time we streamline the refinish process, we’re moving toward maximum efficiency. Part 5 of a six-part series on how to maximize profit in the paint shop.
Some industry experts believe we’re focusing too much on aluminum now when we should be focusing on the overall technological challenges present in vehicles today.
Once a painter is in command of time-tested techniques and is faithful to the proper execution of those techniques, blending can be pretty simple. Part 4 of a six-part series on how to maximize profit in the paint shop.
By implementing heat in your shop, solvents evaporate faster, isocyanate catalysts crosslink quicker, and body fillers, sealers, basecoats and clearcoats all accelerate.
The city is back and alive, and cars are at the heart of it. All of us here at BodyShop Business will be there July 28-Aug. 2 for NACE, and we hope you will be too.
Conference took place Feb. 20-23, 2014, in Scottsdale, Ariz., and saw a record turnout of attendees.
Unique sparkles, color changing pigments, mile-deep clears and no-gloss clears promise to make the next decade in auto body even more challenging than the last. But I predict we’ll take it in stride.
We take a glimpse at part of a procedure from GM for replacing the aluminum front wheelhouse on a 2013 Cadillac ATS.
Precision masking is a skill you must develop if you plan on masking components while maintaining the “invisible repair” concept.
Part 3 of a six-part series on how to maximize profit in the paint shop.