Modern day cars are becoming more complex as new technology evolves. One of the concerns is how of if to repair HHS, or UHDD occupant reinforcements. In I-CAR Collision Repair Bulletin, I-CAR interviewed James Meyer, in regards to Toyota’s new position of reinforcements. via About I-CAR – Current Events/News: e-newsletters: Advantage Online: July 15, 2010.
Below are a couple videos expressing the use of new technology in the classroom. Technology is great and should be used to enhance the learning environment; however, somedays I lean towards the old-school version. What do you think? Integrating New Technology into the Classroom Old-School Method Which Version Wins?
Sam Moser, a student of the collision repair program at Butler, sent me a video with Jay Leno explaining how antique car builders can now generate some of their parts with ease. For example, in the video, they made an adjustable wrench out of plastic. Not only did it look like a wrench, but it […]