DCCCD ABDR 1555 - Syllabus (12 pages)

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Dallas County Community College
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Abdr 1555 - Non-Structural Metal Repair
Non-Structural Metal Repair Documents
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Eastfield College Career Technologies Course Syllabus for ABDR 1555 4001 Minor Metal 5hrs Spring 2012 Class room T 010 Eastfield College Career Technologies Division ABDR1555 4001 4501 MINOR METAL REPAIR Spring 2012 MONDAY WEDNESDAY AM 8 12 00 4001 INSTRUCTOR Stephanie Graham OFFICE T149 TELEPHONE 972 860 7252 Fax 972 860 8393 EMAIL Stephaniegraham dcccd edu Office hours MW12 15pm 1 15pm TR 4 30pm 5 30pm F 12 55pm 1 55pm MINOR METAL REPAIR COURSE DESCRIPTION 5 This is a WECM course number Course Description Prerequisite NONE Sheet metal alignment principles using mechanical and hydraulic equipment Emphasis on attachment devices used to straighten and align exterior body panels 3 LEC 6 LAB REQUIRED TEXT AND LAB KIT Textbook Auto Body Repair Technology 5th Edition ISBN 0 7668 6272 0 Lab kit a lab kit is required Kits consist of Approved respirator mixing board spreader rubber gloves sanding block squeegee safety glasses mixing knife cheese grater file and sanding sponge School ID is required Major tools are furnished by the program and checked out of the tool room as necessary This syllabus is subject to change for the benefit of the educational process for the students SAFETY IS A MAJOR PART OF THIS PROGRAM SAFETY GLASSES MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES IN LABS Students that do not comply will be asked to leave the shop Safety is a part of your daily grade All Students must assist in cleaning the shop for safety reasons to prevent falls and accidents Roll will be taken only after the shop is cleaned Shop Attire For the safety of all students we ask that students not wear loose frayed or baggy clothing If pants are too loose please wear a belt Baggy clothing can be caught in grinders and buffers Frayed clothing can be easily caught on fire INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES Scans Workplace Competencies Scans Foundations 1a 1c 1d 6a 6b 6c 6d 6e 2a 2b 2c 2d 2e 2f 7a 7b 7c 7d 7e 3a 3b 3c 3d 8a 8b 8c 8d 8e 4a 4b 4c 4d 5a 5b 5c Visit http wdr doleta gov SCANS for more information on the Secretary s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES Upon successful completion of this course the student will Know Sheet metal alignment principles using mechanical and hydraulic equipment Emphasis on attachment devices used to straighten and align exterior body panels Student Learning Outcomes SLO S Students are expected to properly disassemble and reassemble car panels as well as properly set up equipment to pull panels on a car Students are expected to be able to properly use power tools for auto body repair safely NATEF TASK LIST NON STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DAMAGE REPAIR BODY COMPONENTS For every task in Non Structural Analysis and Damage Repair Body Components the following safety requirement must be strictly enforced Comply with personal and environmental safety practices associated with clothing respiratory protection eye protection hand tools power equipment proper ventilation and the handling storage and disposal of chemicals materials in accordance with local state and federal safety and environmental regulations II NON STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DAMAGE REPAIR BODY COMPONENTS A Preparation 1 Review damage report and analyze damage to determine appropriate methods for overall repair develop and document a repair plan 2 Inspect remove store and replace exterior trim and moldings 3 Inspect remove store and replace interior trim and components 4 Inspect remove store and replace non structural body panels and components that may interfere with or be damaged during repair 5 Inspect remove store and replace all vehicle mechanical and electrical components that may interfere with or be damaged during repair 6 Protect panels glass and parts adjacent to the repair area 7 Soap and water wash entire vehicle use appropriate cleaner to remove contaminants from those areas to be repaired 8 Remove corrosion protection undercoatings sealers and other protective coatings necessary to perform repairs 9 Inspect remove and replace repairable plastics and other components that are recommended for off vehicle repair 10 Apply safety procedures associated with vehicle components and systems according to manufacturers specifications procedures 11 Apply environmental practices associated with vehicle components and systems such as substrates fluids refrigerants batteries etc II NON STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DAMAGE REPAIR BODY COMPONENTS B Outer Body Panel Repairs Replacements and Adjustments 1 Determine the extent of direct and indirect damage and direction of impact develop and document a repair plan 2 Inspect remove and replace bolted bonded and welded steel panel or panel assemblies 3 Determine the extent of damage to aluminum body panels repair or replace in accordance with manufacturer s specifications 4 Inspect remove replace and align hood hood hinges and hood latch 5 Inspect remove replace and align deck lid lid hinges and lid latch 6 Inspect remove replace and align doors tailgates hatches lift gates latches hinges and related hardware 7 Inspect remove replace and align bumper bars covers reinforcement guards isolators and mounting hardware 8 Inspect remove replace and align front fenders headers and other panels 9 Straighten and rough out contours of damaged panels to a suitable condition for body filling or metal finishing using power tools hand tools and weld on pull attachments 10 Weld damaged or torn steel body panels repair broken welds 11 Restore corrosion protection HP I HP I HP I HP I HPG HP I HP I HP I HPG HPG HP I HP I HP I HPG HP I HP I HP I HP I HP I HP I HP I HP I 12 Replace door skins according to manufacturer s procedures 13 Restore sound deadeners and foam materials 14 Perform panel bonding according to manufacturer s specifications 15 Diagnose and repair water leaks dust leaks and wind noise II NON STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DAMAGE REPAIR BODY COMPONENTS C Metal Finishing and Body Filling 1 Remove paint from the damaged area of a body panel 2 Locate and reduce surface irregularities on a damaged body panel 3 Demonstrate hammer and dolly techniques 4 Heat shrink stretched panel areas to proper contour according to manufacturer s specifications 5 Cold shrink stretched panel areas to proper contour 6 Mix body filler 7 Apply body filler shape during curing 8 Rough sand cured body filler to contour finish sand II NON STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DAMAGE REPAIR BODY COMPONENTS D Moveable Glass and Hardware 1 Inspect adjust repair or replace window regulators run channels glass power mechanisms and


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