Auto Body Panel Welding

Magnetic Hole Plug Welding Tool Auto Body Metal Repair

Magnetic Hole Plug Welding Tool Auto Body Metal Repair

Now it’s easier than ever to use your MIG or TIG welder to fill that hole in the middle of a panel with metal! This versatile tool features a strong magnetic mount and an adjustable 1-1/4″ diameter copper swivel back-up head. Just attach to the back of the panel to be repaired and adjust the arm to back up holes up to an inch in diameter. Weld deposited metal will not stick to the paddle and the copper helps absorb heat to minimize warpage. Not to be used for gas welding. Limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty. Imported.


Complete Auto Welding

Complete Auto Welding

This is the only welding textbook specifically written for automotive students covering all the major welding techniques that are used daily by auto body repair technicians.


Auto Body Rust No Weld Panel Repair Kit

Auto Body Rust No Weld Panel Repair Kit

Install Auto Body Patch Panels Without Welding!With this economical and easy-to-use kit, you can carry out a wide variety of auto body repairs even if you don’t have access to a welder. This comprehensive package provides the tools and materials needed to install metal repair panels securely-without welding. Panels are first flanged, then bonded with structural adhesive, and flush riveted. The result is a flat, repair surface requiring little or no filler. The panel adhesive eliminates any corrosion at the joint.No-weld panel repair kit contains: Dimpling pliers 1″ panel flanger Compression pliers 20 panel holders Adhesive Instructions. Caulk gun required


Motor Auto Body Repair

Motor Auto Body Repair

A comprehensive, easy-to-understand text on collision repair and what it takes to become a certified auto body technician. Everything from the basics of auto construction, tools, welding, sheet metal and safety to the most advanced topics of estimating, body alignments, panel replacement, and refinishing are covered in a logical, step-by-step approach. This text focuses on preparing the student for the ASE certification exam. Hand and power tools, service manuals, fasteners, surface evaluation, sanding, scuffing, stripping, paint matching, waterbased paints, and entrepreneurship are among the new topics offered in this text. ALSO AVAILABLE Technician’s Manual, ISBN: 0-8273-6786-4 INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDER Instructor’s Guide, ISBN: 0-8273-6859-3


Auto Body

Auto Body

Auto Body Repairing and Refinishing details all aspects of auto body repair. Information is presented on handling and disposing of hazardous materials, MIG welding, plasma cutting, HVLP spray equipment, paintless dent removal, and low-VOC primers. This title covers both the theoretical and practical aspects of auto body repair and refinishing.


Butt Weld Clamps &  Backers Kit - Body Panel Welding

Butt Weld Clamps & Backers Kit – Body Panel Welding

Eastwood has taken its most popular welding accessories and placed them into a single kit. The kit includes four Butt Weld Clamps that accurately align and firmly hold-in-place panels edge to edge leaving a.040 inch gap for full weld penetration plus our specially designed 4 inch an 8 inch magnetic copper Welding Backers. These handy magnetic backers provide panel support for butt welding and welding holes; preventing warpage and burn-thru.


and S Auto Sot Srink Welding Tip - SA1007

and S Auto Sot Srink Welding Tip – SA1007

Shrink Welding TipFeatures and Benefits:Has been designed to be used when shrinking panelsThe slightly convex design applies heat to the panel without burningGreat for use when shrinking panels in replacement of an oxy-acetylene torchDesigned with a Morse Taper for a positive fit with an easy removal


Flux Welding Wire .030 - GP2

Flux Welding Wire .030 – GP2

Select flux cored steel wire to weld without using gas as a shielding agent on straight polarity MIG welders. Choose mild steel wire for auto body repair and similar types of welding applications. U.S.A.


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How to weld the body panels that are 1 / 16 of an inch thick, without worping panels?

I cut an opening for a swinging door in the back of a truck, I have to close the sides of the opening to be sealed. March 1 is feet long around the surface to 3 inches wide. I have to manufacture plate filler plate to close the opening, but I know when I go there for the welding deformation, which is the best way to pack? MIG or TIG welding or soldering along the bottom with small mig welding?

Gradually, the solder is the hardest thing to do because you want every half inch weld fast.Tack sooner or welding, then go back and turn in the middle of the half inch of space to the bottom. This process must be completed. Simply fill spaces slowly and steadily until there is a continuous weld. Personally, I would not use a wet towel to speed up the process, because the heating and cooling can however, because the metal is deformed .. Just take your time !!!!! Personally, I use the TIG welder.

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