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Typically, a panel beater is a specialism of car repair in which the job is to beat out the bodywork of a car or other vehicles. Many times, this is referred to car body repair, but is more specific to the damage done to the car’s body.
The cost of panel beating all depends on two factors: Firstly, the extent of the damage on your car’s body; and secondly, the cost of labour. If the damage is only a small bump in the corner of your car, then the cost will be around £100. However, this can cost up to a few hundred pound if the damage to the car is great.
There are many skills which a panel beater specialist uses to fix up a car’s body from damages. A couple of these have been described below:
Planishing - Planishing is one of the most common forms of panel beating which is a metalworking technique. This is done by finishing the car’s surface by smoothly shaping a sheet of metal. A planishing panel hammer is the main tool used to carry out this metalworking technique.
Welding - Welding is also one of the most common metalworking techniques and it done by fusing metals together in order to restore the car’s body back to its full glory. This is done if the damage to the car’s body is more extensive to fix in simple planishing.
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