Motorsport Fabrication Fundamentals

Motorsport Fabrication Fundamentals

$129 USD

There’s something incredibly satisfying about being able to use motorsport fabrication techniques to modify and improve aspects of your car, truck or motorcycle. These techniques apply regardless if you’re building it for the street, the race track, or off road trails.

Just as importantly, they will give you the flexibility to build components or make modifications that don’t exist in the aftermarket, providing you with the flexibility to get ahead of the competition.

In this course you’ll learn the skills and techniques that I’ve picked up and perfected over the last 20 years in the industry. You’ll learn the fundamentals behind motorsport fabrication giving you a solid understanding of the materials, tools, techniques and practical skills that you’ll need to perform a variety of fabrication tasks. You’ll learn about the pros and cons of the different materials we use in motorsport fabrication, as well as how to decide which is the correct material for a particular task.

You’ll learn about techniques for cutting, shaping, notching, bending and welding materials and how to decide what tools are required. While it’s a topic that’s often ignored or overlooked, you’ll also learn about personal protective equipment, and what you need to stay safe while fabricating. This knowledge is presented via easy to follow video modules covering each individual topic.

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

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Course Curriculum

  • Introduction 04.57
  • How To Use This Course 01.30
  • Disclaimer 02.42
  • Safety Glasses 03.48
  • Hearing Protection 02.25
  • Gloves 02.01
  • Overalls & Aprons 01.56
  • Boots 01.48
  • Welding Helmet 02.41
  • Fire Risks 04.20
  • Bench Vice 03.38
  • Handfiles and Hacksaws 04.58
  • Angle Grinder 05.56
  • Drill 06.17
  • MIG Welder 03.32
  • TIG Welder 04.49
  • Dimple Dies, Punch and Flare Tools 02.46
  • Tube Bender 03.15
  • Sheet Metal Bender 02.45
  • Linishing and Metal Finishing 03.15
  • Die Grinder 03.25
  • Bench Grinder 03.51
  • Templates 02.55
  • Tube Notching 03.54
  • Clamping Devices 02.28
  • Marking out and Measuring 04.40
  • Material Forms 04.58
  • Ferrous and non Ferrous Metals 03.24
  • Mild Steel 05.24
  • Chromoly 06.39
  • Stainless Steel 05.28
  • Aluminium 06.45
  • Titanium 05.51
  • Design and Planning 04.51
  • Measuring and Marking 05.22
  • Drilling 07.17
  • Cutting 07.30
  • Bending 03.49
  • Using Dimple Dies 04.45
  • Notching tube 06.42
  • Linishing metal 04.16
  • Sharpening Drill Bits 05.10
  • MIG Welding 08.16
  • TIG Welding 11.03
  • Effect of Heat on Metal 04.34
  • Gas Shielding 05.30
  • Penetration 04.09
  • Layout Considerations 04.50
  • Dirty Spaces 02.17
  • Planning & Templating 03.06
  • Drilling 02.49
  • Cutting and Bending 02.08
  • Dimple dies and Finish 02.09
  • Planning 04.36
  • Materials Selection 03.36
  • Cutting 03.08
  • Welding 15.45
  • Conclusion 02.22
  • Request Certification 00.09

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