The workshop starts with a brief discussion of metallurgy, leading into the types of steel used for auto body work, and selecting the appropriate thickness. Next is a discussion of the different hammers and dollies used for auto-body work, followed by an in-depth demonstration of their use, clearly showing the difference between hammering on and off-dolly.
Next is a demonstration of the hammerforming process; making a replacement grille bar for a '39 Ford. The English wheel will be discussed next, and a demonstration panel will be shaped. This panel will be heavily dented, and then repaired using only hammers and dollies, showing the strategies for repairing different types of damage.
Next, heat shrinking will be demonstrated, followed by shaping, fitting and welding a patch panel. Last, the repaired, patched, and welded panel will be carefully metalfinished, making the repairs ready for paint.
The Saturday workshop is filled, but we still have openings for the Sunday Workshop!
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