What data is inside the measuring system that you are using? Where does the data come from and how accurate is the data? There are two main topics – first is the data and the second is the device.
In this video, Celette explores the important things to know before selecting the right measuring system for your car body shop.
Sometimes body shops need to go “back to basics” and brush up on their body filler skills.
Jason Stahl, Editor of BodyShop Business, talks with Tim McKenney of Evercoat about proper body filler techniques and how they can save shops time and money.
HCV offers a wide range of products which can be combined to develop an ideal dust extraction solution. HCV says they have over 30 years of experience, tailor made systems maintained by the HCV team and will work on any solutions for budgets you may need.
To ensure profitability and streamline work processes, UV curing technology is being used more and more in various paint processing markets. The technology enables you to work faster and more efficiently while significantly reducing curing time between process steps.
The Colad Fast Curing Lamp can be used to cure UV curing putties, UV curing paints and UV curing primers and body fillers on both small and larger areas.
Extremely powerful, equipped with high intensity UV LEDs and more than 200 mW/cm2 power.
- For drying UV curing products
- The cured surface can be processed immediately after curing
- Easy to operate due to its high-tech, lightweight ergonomic design
- Shock resistant technology
- Extra strong, solvent resistant clear glass lens
- Cord wired, so always at your service. All day, every day!
SEMA Ignited, the SEMA Show after-party, is said to host more than 18,000 industry trade and general public guests who will see hundreds of the world’s best custom cars from the trade-only SEMA Show, Formula Drift demonstrations, high-flying stunts from the Nitro Circus, celebrities, food trucks and live music performances.
Lamborghini inaugurated its new paint shop for the Urus SUV in Sant’Agata Bolognese. The company says its cutting-edge plant is inspired by its Factory 4.0 model in combining craftsmanship and digitisation, and is the first in the world to integrate “new frontiers of artificial intelligence”. It’s also first to be equipped with artificial intelligence able to recognise priorities and programme processes.
The intelligent system maintains a memory of each process carried out, calculates the time needed for each vehicle, and “learns” to programme the subsequent steps based on past experience, for example, the quantity of a particular colour needed to paint a vehicle.
With the new paint shop, Lamborghini says it can offer its customers infinite colour options. The colours are divided into four types: standard, special, matte, and “Ad Personam”.
Through the Ad Personam programme, customers can not only choose to personalise their car with the colours and graphics they prefer, but can also create their own unique and special colour, as in a true work of art.
Five years ago Balarinji (a Sydney-based, Aboriginal-owned agency) pitched an idea to Qantas to create a work of flying art to celebrate the power of Aboriginal design for Australia’s global identity.
The campaign concept became a reality with five art aircraft created between 1994-2018 in deep collaboration with the Aboriginal arts community.
In 2018 Balarinji created the collection’s jewel in the crown, a magnificent conceptualisation of Emily Kame Kngwarreye’s painting ‘Yam Dreaming’ and it now adorns the latest Qantas 787-9 Dreamliner. Watch how it being painted.
Watch the legendary Chevrolet Camaro, re-engineered by HSV, pushing the boundaries.
In a cross-promotional effort, GM and Lego teamed up to produce a full-sized replica of the Chevrolet Silverado made out of LEGO bricks—the Lego Silverado.
The model is based on the 2019 Silverado 1500 LT Trail Boss and is the first full-sized Chevrolet car or truck built exclusively out of the Lego building blocks.