Car-O-Liner, a global provider of collision repair equipment to the automotive aftermarket, will present the latest equipment and techniques for vehicle repair at conference sessions and through demonstrations on the show floor at the 2014 NACE | CARS Expo in Detroit.
Car-O-Liner is offering three courses as part of the show’s conference program. On Wednesday, July 30, Oliver Woelfel will lead a discussion about the changing requirements for tools and effective techniques to repair metals in today’s new vehicles during the session “Structural Repair – Differences Between Aluminum and Steel.” On Thursday, July 31, Mr. El Huntington will show attendees how to streamline damage analysis to improve the accuracy of estimates during his class “Fast Measuring for Accurate Estimation and Efficient Throughput”. On Friday, August 1, Robert Hornedo will present, “New Vehicle Structures and How They Affect Your Estimate," teaching attendees an effective way to identify vehicle damage in today’s vehicles that will add significantly to the bottom line. To sign up for these conference sessions, visit the show’s website, www.naceexpo.com and select "Register."
In the Car-O-Liner Booth No. 21004, a dedicated aluminum repair bay along with active demonstrations will showcase the latest equipment required for aluminum repair. Stop by to see the new aluminum MIG welders in use, as well as dent pullers, spotters and a portable workstation for proper storage of your aluminum tools. In Demo Zone #5, you’ll see Car-O-Liner measuring equipment in use, including the new PointX damage analysis system as well as the Car-O-Tronic Vision X3 electronic measuring system for under and upperbody measuring. Car-O-Liner will offer limited time show special pricing for select measuring equipment.