The second in the two-part series on body engineering (#4 & #5), this workshop will provide attendees with a unique insight into the latest developments in automotive body engineering.
Lightweight Body Technology:
Carbon Fibre, Aluminium, what is their place in the future of car body engineering?
Key developments in paint technology. Which paints are no longer used, which are going to be used more often and what equipment is required to apply them.
The impact using non-original parts has on a crash.
New technology in joining processes. Arc, Beam, Resistance, and Solid State welding, Hybrid Joining etc., when to use the right technique for the right job.
New technology in vehicles:
Windscreens, cameras, sensors, mirrors. How will this new technology affect the way we repair a vehicle, and what equipment or cost is associated with this different repair method?
Who the workshop is suited to:
- Those involved in the body repair industry
- Insurance Companies
- Design Engineers
- Road Authorities
- Safety and Monitoring Groups
- Vehicle Importers and Distributors
0830hrs Registrations Open + Coffee, Tea & Biscuits
0900hrs Presentations Begin
1030hrs Morning Tea
1050hrs Presentations Continue
1310hrs Presentations Continue
1450hrs Afternoon Tea
1510hrs Presentations Continue
1630hrs Event Concludes
To find out more contact Greg Maratos on 0403 267 166 or in the office on (03) 9676 9568
This Workshop will also be available as a Live Online Webinar.Cancellation Policy: There will be no refunds given, however a substitute attendee may be nominated.
(Webinar tickets are discounted by 10%)