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Our New Head Office

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We have completed our move and are in our New Head Office.

Office, Warehouse, Showroom and Training Center #7 - 240 Industrial Parkway South Aurora, Ontario, Canada. L4G 3V6

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The future direction of collision repair education

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The question for us is obvious. Does the production system of a modern collision repair facility require this ancient "master-student" learning model? Read More

Triple Bottom Line Collision Repair

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The Coalition for a Triple Bottom Line in Collision Repair will host a panel discussion on what the 21st century holds for the industry.

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Collisionology - Repair Science

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Collisionology from Chief: Design based fundamentals, accurate repairs and damage to aluminum bodies Read More

Demo in Des Moines

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Demo days in Des Moines Iowa.

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Wielander and schill breaks ground.

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Wielander and schill breaks ground on new building. Read More

What to look for in your training provider

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By Andrew Shepherd - Collision Repair Magazine

In our last article we looked at best practices for education and training. I-CAR has advanced the precept that knowledge management is rapidly becoming the most important driver of business success–and has instilled this in many of the new Production Manager Role courses.

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Carubba Collision

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Carubba Collision has decided on Miracle System as its panel repair system for all its stores across NY state. Read More

NJ trade show

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To those who visited us at the AASP/NJ'S 38th Annual Northeast 2015 Automotive Services Show, Thanks, I hope you liked the demos.

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The Key to Aluminum

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Miracle Aluminum welds aluminum keys in different alloys to the Aluminum panel. The key used depends on the alloy of the panel you are trying to repair. There are standard aluminum keys and keys made of a special alloy. Miracle Aluminum uses an inverter with lift arc technology and Argon shield to weld on keys. These keys come with a slotted hole so no rings need to be screwed on, saving time. The ring is already attached so keys can be welded much close.Read More