Practical Roll Cage Fabrication
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A roll cage is something that needs no introduction. It's safe to say that they have saved 100's of lives and helped avoid countless 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 makes 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.
It will take you through everything you need to know to build a functional and good looking roll cage that will impress the scrutineers.
You might just be starting out and looking to fit a half cage for club-level motorsports, or you could be building a full FIA roll cage for international competition — either way, this course is the perfect place to get started.
Roll cages start well before getting out the tube bender.
The first thing we cover in this course is making sure we understand everything we need to know about a rollover protection structure and all its design elements. Critical knowledge you need to know to create a safe roll cage.
We then move onto the planning and measuring stage, before getting started on the practical skills.
Essentially, this course will cover you from start to finish. From the theory knowledge right through to cracking out the welder and getting hands-on experience building your first cage.
Learn a 6 step process roll cage fabrication process.
Once you’ve mastered both the theory and practical skills taught in the course, you’ll learn a simple 6 step process you can apply to any roll cage build, regardless of how extensive it is. This makes it easy to ensure you get the right results every single time.
This 6 step ETS Fab process is also demonstrated in our library of worked examples where you can watch it being applied on an actual roll cage build. In this library, we’ve varied the projects to give you experience in a wide range of different applications and setups. This library of worked examples will also see more models added over time, so it will grow with you.
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