The Motorsports Chassis Fabrication specialty course introduces you to metal working techniques that apply to specialty automotive chassis fabrication work. This includes a study of metal types and configurations, measuring, pattern and outline development, mechanical drawing reading and development, attachment methods, metal finishing, cutting, MIG and TIG welding; frame design and modifications including boxing, tubular cross-members, c-notching, pro-street frame setup, roll cage construction, and complete tube chassis fabrication.
You can enroll in the Motorsports Chassis Fabrication specialty program if you are pursuing these Core Programs: Automotive Technology, Diesel Technology or Collision Refinishing Technology.
In this specialty concentration course, you'll study:
How long does it take to complete our Motorsports Chassis Fabrication Specialty Program?
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