Automotive

As cars incorporate more electronics than ever before the need for advanced automotive skills training has become imperative. Today’s automotive technicians must be as proficient on a computer as they are with an engine. LJ Creates Automotive Program prepares students for a successful career in the automotive field.

Tech-Labs is proud to offer a line of automotive trainers from industry leading manufacturers including LJ Create's AutoLab 2, Marcraft, Imperial and and VR Sim SimSpray.

LJ Create Automotive

Our learning content is aligned to NATEF standards - at MLR, AST, and MAST levels!

This program has been designed to allow you to build a NATEF certified automotive program that will enable your students to become new hi-tech auto technicians. A unique blend of online digital learning resources and practical equipment combines to create an automotive teaching program that will deliver the knowledge and practical skills students need to achieve success.

Basic Automotive Air Conditioning Equipment Package

Contains minimum test equipment necessary for performing experiments and tests with auto air conditioning trainers (TU-103 & TU-203).

Package contains: Digital Thermometer (Model SDT-40), Flexible PVC Covered Probe (Model D4109), 2 Way Manifold for R22, R134A & R407C (Model 521-CA), 5ft Hose Set & Adapters (3 hoses & 2 adapters - included with manifold Model 521-CA), Isolation Valve (Model 7584), Valve Core Depressor (Model 7025), Halogen Leak Detector Kit (Model HLD-1201), Reversible Ratchet Wrench (Model 127-C) and ACME Adapter Set

SimSpray 2.0

SimSpray 2.0 is a 3D experience which will train students how to use proper paint gun techniques while avoiding hazardous fumes and costly materials. This training aid can be used to prepare a student with the basics of paint gun techniques prior to spraying paint in a paint booth.

The SimSpray™ training system accelerates the learning of fundamental spray painting skills. SimSpray produces a realistic experience in which students reproduce the body positioning and muscle and joint movements required to create the ideal mil thickness on a finished piece. During traditional training, students need to select, move, and mount a part before they practice painting.