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In Four Auto Shops
With the addition of the diesel shop the automotive
department has four shop areas, making it one of the
biggest interest areas of the school. Students have
opportunities in gas, diesel motor technology as well
as in auto body work and fluid power.
In the gas automotive area studentwork on their own
cars, tear engines apart, tune motors, grind valves and
do other miscellaneous repairs. Mr. Bruce Higby and
Mr, Mike Atteberry supervise both gas and diesel
engine technology. Mr. Fred Kimura heads the junior
automotive program. These students tune up their cars
for better mileage, replace parts and do general
automotive repair work.
Auto Body provides students with an opportunity to
study auto construction and painting procedures.
They can work on their own cars, straightening out
dents and then prepare the car for painting. Painting is
done in a well-equipped paint module.
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Fluid Power Majors
Published project outlines provided the guides for
student work at the work stations in the shop. Students
could connect various pressure lines on the bench to
simulate aviation and automotive use.
Each year a lift truck is rebuilt completely. The
machine is then sold and a replacement worn out lift
truck is purchased. This gives students a good
knowledge of this high paying field. The seniors also
built a robot. Juniors and sophomores studied
automatictransmissionsin addition totheir work atthe
"The classes went on a field trip to see lift trucks at a
dealers and to observe mechanics doing on-hand
work", stated Mr. Thomas Herring, instructor.
A. Cliff Phenning 1111 works on pneumatic computer that runs a
robot on display during the Tech Show. B. Andrew Warninghoff Q1 13
works on a transmission. C. Randy Tennant 1113 and fellow student
help rebuild a forklift as their project. D. Sophomore works a
hydraulic circuit at his work station.
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A, Tracy Zellen t12l makes adjustments to the distributor on his car.
B. Kathy Powell C125 freezes when she sees a camera pointed her
way. C. One of the many engines on display during the Tech Show.
D. Athoney Bates 1123 puts his engine back together again. E. This
fine specimen of a car belongs to who else but...Mr. Von Hunter. F.
Another engine on display during Tech Show, this one in a car. G.
Tom Creamer C121 oversees some work in automotive.
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