Our Courses

Mig welding, tig welding, tube bending, notching and dimple dies. These are all techniques and skills you will need to learn to start fabricating the modifications you want for your vehicle.

The Motorsport Fabrication fundamentals course will teach you all these techniques and many more - Taking you through all the knowledge you need before starting your own fabrication projects. If this is something you’re interested in learning, click the link to get started.
What you will learn
  • Fundamentals Behind Motorsport Fabrication
  • What Materials to use for what Jobs
  • Practical Skills for Fabrication Tasks
  • Techniques for Cutting, Shaping, Notching & Bending
  • When to use which Welding Technique
Want to learn motorsport fabrication? You’re going to need to learn TIG welding. 
TIG welding is one of the key welding techniques in motorsport fabrication. The finished product will last for years to come — and look great. With the right TIG machine, and the correct knowledge, you can weld all the popular materials you’ll come across in the motorsport industry.
What you will learn
  • What to look for in a TIG welder with our TIG buyers guide
  • How a TIG welder operates and the settings that are involved
  • The correct shielding gas and gas flow for your task
  • Gas lenses, purging, and how this effects reactive materials
  • Setting up your workspace and the PPE requirements
  • A 6 step process you can apply to any TIG project
A roll cage is something that needs no introduction. It's safe to say that they have saved 100's of lives, and injuries. 

Building a roll cage needs to be legal, strong, and safe. With the proper knowledge, and fabrication skills, you can create a structure that not only make you feel more confident when pushing your vehicle — it may even save your life.

This is where the Practical Roll Cage Fabrication Course comes in.
What you will learn
  • The essential structure and design knowledge
  • How to measure and plan a cage
  • Preparing your shell for a roll cage
  • Practical skills like Notching, bending, and gussets
  • The welding techniques you can use
  • A 6 step process for any roll cage build
MIG welding is an essential welding technique that you’ll need to learn if you want to get involved in the world of motorsport fabrication, and when done right, the MIG process produces strong, tidy welds quickly and cheaply. 

The ETS Fab Practical MIG Welding course will teach you everything you need to know about MIG welding and more — it’s going to give you a complete understanding of the theory behind the process, as well as the practical skills you’ll need to master if you want to weld like a pro.
What you will learn
  • How a MIG Welder works
  • Material specific welding techniques
  • ETS 6-Step process for ANY job
  • How to configure MIG Welder settings
  • How to test for strength and penetration
  • The practical technique of MIG Welding

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