Mike Croker, global repair and training production manager, collision, for Chief Automotive Technologies, delivers four tips to make sure a technician is properly prepared to conduct a weld in today’s industry.
Chief and Celette, two of the world’s leading providers of vehicle specification data, computerized measuring systems and collision repair equipment, are working together to jointly develop the most expansive databases of vehicle dimensional specifications in the industry. The companies announced the alliance today at the SEMA Show 2018.
Chief distributors are now able to offer Celette’s full line of OEM-approved collision repair and measuring systems across most of North America, South America and China, the two leading collision repair equipment manufacturers announced today at the SEMA Show 2018.
LaserLockAlign lets technicians easily measure and document collision damage; monitor changes in real-time during pulling; perform four-wheel alignments; and document all repairs – right in their own shops.
The station’s all-new cabinet is taller and slimmer, with improved equipment accessibility and five drawers to neatly store contamination-sensitive tools. It also comes with the new Chief M30 ProAlu Stud Gun Welder and new temperature crayons that enable techs to better determine when metal has been heated to the optimal temperature for pulling out dents.
Maserati has approved a range of Chief collision repair equipment for use in the structural repair of its vehicles. The equipment joins the Globaljig Super Rotax and Koala Quick Pull bench systems as approved equipment for Maserati certification.