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Auto Body Vocab 24

Contact tip Part of the MIG gun through which the welding rod moves
Durability Life of a paint film
Industrial fallout Chemical compounds present in the air which are deposited on the horizontal surfaces of vehicles and which under certain circumstances will affect the finish, particularly metallics
Metal Stamping Process of manufacturing auto body parts in which straight sheets of metal are placed in between dies operated by huge presses and die formed or stamped into the finished part
Plasma torch Arc torch used to cut metal
Credit rating a method of determining consumer credit worthiness
Contractor a person or firm that agrees to supply materials or perform services for a stated price
Deductions expenses which the tax law allows people to subtract from their gross income
Energy activity, vigor, vitality or capacity for doing work
Impulse a sudden desire that makes a person want to take action
Created by: Mrs. Talbot