Urethane Supply Company’s new 6071 Bumpersmith 2.0 offers a nitrogen plastic welding system combined with a fold-out bumper workstation which allows the technician to hold the bumper in almost any position for easy repair work. Brainchild of bumper repair guru David Smith, the Bumpersmith 2.0 improves on his original design with a more compact and versatile design. Urethane Supply has joined forces with Bumpersmith to sell and support this new welder. The nitrogen welder features a switch in the handle to help conserve bottled nitrogen gas. Easily actuated by the palm of the technician’s hand, it only flows nitrogen gas when needed. The easy-to-understand analog control system features outlet pressure gauges and a flowmeter for repeatable performance. As a workstation, the Bumpersmith 2.0 easily folds out to hold any size bumper, from Chevy Sonic to Chevy Tahoe. The bumper pads are notched, allowing both bumpers and headlights to be held down easily with the included bungee cords. When finished, the bumper pads and supports affix to the sides of the welder for compact storage. The Bumpersmith 2.0 is available for immediate shipment from auto body jobbers or equipment distributors across North America. For more information, contact Kurt Lammon at (800) 633-3047.
Bumpersmith 2.0 offers a nitrogen plastic welding system combined with a fold-out bumper workstation, allowing the tech to hold the bumper in almost any position for easy repair work.