Professional Sheet Metal Fabrication is the number-one resource for sheet metal workers old and new. Join veteran metalworker Ed Barr as he walks you through the ins and outs of planning a sheet metal project, acquiring the necessary tools and resources, doing the work, and adding the perfect finishing touches for a seamless final product. From his workshop at McPherson Collegeahome of the only genuine sheet metal fabrication education program in the countryaBarr not only demonstrates how the latest tools and products work, but also explains why sheet metal reacts the way it does to a wide variety of processes. He includes clear directions for using power and pneumatic hammers and the English wheel, as well as describing specific skills like hand-forming techniques, buck building, louver punching, edge finishing, and more. Readers will learn how to form door seams and to make fenders, hoods, and other body parts; theyall also learn how to put various finishes on metal through engine turning, metal chasing, and laser processing. This is truly the most detailed enthusiast-focused sheet metal how-to book on the market: whether youare a metal hobbyist or experienced professional, youare sure to find something new in Professional Sheet Metal Fabrication.Repairing. Fenders, . Hoods, . and. Trunk. Lids. In. this chapter I will examine some common maladies that afflict ... Rust holes at the bottom of front fenders on the slabsided cars of the 1950s and newer are extremely common and easy to fix .
|Title||:||Professional Sheet Metal Fabrication|
|Publisher||:||Motorbooks - 2013-04-15|