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ABR 114: Applied Auto Body Welding

Students will develop and apply basic welding and MIG brazing skills associated with crash damaged panel replacement as related to the collision repair industry. Areas of study will include proper equipment selection and set up, fitment of panels to be welded, and plasma cutting procedures. Emphasis will be placed on producing I-CAR acceptable MIG welding of steel and aluminum of butt, lap, and plug welds completed in various welding positions. Student will also be introduced to MIG brazing using various grades of steel.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; ABR 111 minimum grade "C"

Credits
2
Lecture Hours
30
Clinical Hours
0
Lab Hours
22.5
Other Hours
0
Total Hours
52.5

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