Training Classes

Computerized Measuring Systems

This course is designed for entry to advanced technicians that are just starting to work with Car-O-Liner equipment.

For more information or an application, please contact lori@cce-nc.com.

Objectives:

  1. Technicians will be able to identify the different components of a vehicles programmed energy management system and explain how they affect vehicle repairs.
  2. Technicians will be able to identify and describe the different classifications of collision damage.
  3. Technicians will be able to identify and explain the three dimensions of measuring as well as how Car-O-Liner develops its data sheets and the different components of a Car-O-Liner data sheet.
  4. Technicians will be able to identify and demonstrate the proper clamping techniques for both unitized and full frame vehicles using Car-O-Liner clamping components.
  5. Technicians will be able to identify the different components of the Car-O-Tronic measuring system as well as demonstrate proper centering and measuring techniques for both underbody and upper body measuring.
  6. Technicians will be able to identify the components of EVO and demonstrate their use for when holding is required.

2018 Training Dates:

January 8th & 9th, 2018 (full)

February 5th & 6th, 2018

March 5th & 6th, 2018

April 9th & 10th, 2018

May 7th & 8th, 2018

June 4th & 5th, 2018

October 1st & 2nd, 2018

November 5th & 6th, 2018

December 3rd & 4th, 2018

Course Outline:

I. Computerized Measuring
    a. Introductions
    b. Safety
        i. Personal
        ii. Workshop
    c. Vehicle Construction
        i. Energy Absorbing components
        ii. Construction Materials
        iii. Effect on Repair
    d. Damage Analysis
        i. Types of Collision Damage
            1. Primary Damage
                a. Direct Damage
                b. Energy Transmission Damage
            2. Secondary Damage
                a. Induced Damage
                b. Inertia Damage
        ii. Identification of Damage
            1. Visual
            2. Management – Why is it important to measure?
    e. Vehicle Anchoring/Holding
        i. Manufacturers Recommendations
        ii. Unitized Body
            1. Pinch Weld Clamps
            2. Specialty Clamps
        iii. Full Frame
            1. Truck Clamp Kit
            2. Specialty Clamps
        iv. EVO 1 & 2
            1. Applications
        v. EVO 3
            1. Applications
    f. Measuring
        i. Vehicle Measurements
            1. Data Collection
            2. Data Sheet Information
            3. Equipment Setup
            4. Getting Started
            5. Centering
            6. Underbody Measuring
            7. Upper Body Measuring (HMP)
            8. Absolute Measuring
            9. Comparative Measuring
            10. Two-Point Centering (Diagnosing Diamond)
            11. Centering without Data Sheet
            12. Suspension Check
            13. Point-to-Point (P2P)
        ii. Diagnosis & Documentation
            1. Print outs
                a. Data Sheet
                b. Damage Report