WyoTech’s Motorsport Chassis Fabrication Program Teaches Design, Cutting and Welding Skills
Posted Friday, Sep 10, 2010 by
Even in today’s high-tech, computer-driven auto industry, there is still a place for traditional hands-on skills like cutting and welding. For career-minded students who like to build cars from the ground up, WyoTech’s flagship campus in Laramie, Wyo., offers a Motorsports Chassis Fabrication program that provides training in this craft.
WyoTech’s Motorsports Chassis Fabrication program focuses on modern metalwork techniques. This includes:
- Attachment methods
- Frame design and modifications
- Measuring, pattern and outline development
- Mechanical drawing reading and development
- Metal finishing
- Metal types and configurations
- MIG and TIG welding
Graduates of WyoTech’s Motorsports Chassis Fabrication program may qualify for a variety of positions, including:
- Metal Fabricator
- Race Team Technician
- Specialty Shop Technician
- Aftermarket Parts Research and Development
About the Laramie Campus
Founded in 1966, WyoTech’s Laramie, Wyo., campus now occupies 298,000 square feet, including our new 123,000-square-foot diesel/street rod facility. Our instructors are seasoned industry professionals who are eager to start you on your way to career success.
For More Information
For more information about the Motorsports Chassis Fabrication program and other automotive career training programs, contact WyoTech’s Laramie campus today!
Jarrod Tousley has always enjoyed working with his hands, and bought his first vehicle off a guy for 200 bucks. ...
Will Rossmeyer I always had a mechanical background in automotive, but going to WyoTech helped me get up to speed on new motorcycle technology much faster. I knew how to turn wrenches, but this really brought me up to speed on bikes.