Destructive weld testing ensures that the weld settings and techniques are up to par before they’re applied to the vehicle.
The latest “Who Pays for What?” survey indicates that 37% of repairers have never sought to be paid to perform test welds.
With many welding methods available, which one is right?
Squeeze-type resistance spot welders have improved shops’ ability to duplicate factory welds. But knowing how to use and maintain them correctly is a critical piece to making the investment pay off.
Welding technology in the collision industry has advanced tremendously. But is the industry allowing techs to avoid the “why” in welding?
Jaime Shewbridge is the first woman to have won the 2020 I-CAR Instructor of the Year award and the 2021 Welding Instructor of the Year award — and she’s not done yet.
Lincoln’s new Weld-Pak 180i MP DV delivers 180 amps in a portable package, for an easy and affordable welding experience.
Don’t just grab and go; are you looking up the OEM procedures before welding?
Plug welding and spot welding are not the same, but many use these two terms as if they’re interchangeable.
“Who Pays for What?” survey finds continued increase in shops billing (and being paid) to set up and perform destructive weld testing.
Bud Center of I-CAR discusses the basics of rivet bonding, a growing technical area of collision repair work.