TEMPE, AZ (02.06.2014) – Mobile Solutions delivered an exciting revised Advanced Door Panel Fabrication training class this past January 23-26, 2014 at its world training headquarters in Tempe, AZ. The training featured brand new fabrication techniques and world-class guest trainer, Jeremy Carlson. “We continue to break new ground in the training offered to top-level technicians” remarks Mobile Solutions President, Bryan Schmitt. Mobile Solutions training has reached more award-winning technicians and shops than any other independent training programs in the business.
During the all-new Mobile Solutions 2014 Advanced Door Panel Fabrication four day training class, the packed house included technicians from the mobile electronics installation world as well as seasoned interior fabricators all looking to acquire new and profitable fabrication techniques. New topics to the MS Advanced Door Panel Fabrication class are basic stitching techniques using Mobile Solutions’ new Juki industrial sewing machine, constructing armrests using 3D routering techniques and new 3D bendable wood, as well as all new trim panel creation techniques using Mobile Solutions Smart Frame System (SFS) modular jig system and MS Smart Spreaders. “We show technicians how to take a panel from concept to framed out and pre-upholstery in literally a matter of hours” elaborated Schmitt.
2012 Installer-of-the-Year winner Jeremy Carlson joined Bryan Schmitt in this very special training session to share his own cutting-edge fabrication techniques with the class. “What an amazing experience! There’s a wealth of learning for intermediate or advanced fabricators and a sincere thanks to Bryan Schmitt and Jeremy Carlson for sharing their knowledge, wisdom and passion,” said attendee and 2013 Installer-of-the-Year Top 12 finalist Tom Miller of Musicar Northwest in Portland, Oregon. “I cannot wait to get back to the “Real World” and start implementing what I’ve learned,” added Miller. All participants in the Advanced Door Panel Fabrication designed and constructed their own door panel as a class project to take home and use in their shops to sell more custom labor.