CLEM-00007 Basic Electronic Measuring


Target group:
Entry level technicians that are just starting to work with Car-O-Liner equipment. Typically, this training occurs within 90 days of installation; or for new employees needing training on the Car-O-Liner equipment. This course meets the US I-CAR Structural ProLevel 2 course requirement equivalent for Introduction to Three-Dimensional Measuring – ST055E01.

Previous Training:
None required. However, this course is typically taught in conjunction with CLEM-00008: Basic Frame Bench.

This class focuses on the use of the Computerized Measuring System to accurately analyze, document and repair structural collision damage. The course includes instruction and hands-on exercises using the computerized system to measure both lower and upper body structures as well as the tips and processes used for diagnosis of structural problems as they relate to collision repairs.

After completion of the training, the technician will be able to properly and safely identify and demonstrate an understanding and usage of the Car-O-Liner Measuring system and components.


  • Bench Rack or Quick42
  • Draw aligner
  • Electronic measuring system Car-O-Tronic Vision2 X3
  • EVO 1-3
  • Truck Clamps / Specialty Clamps
  • Damaged vehicle


  • One Day, In-Shop Training



  • The safety overview will include information on personal protective equipment (PPE) and an in-depth overview of the measuring slide and cabinet to protect the equipment from damage and debris and how to operate the measuring equipment and components safely.

Measuring System Setup:

  • This course will give the attendee hands-on interaction with installing, removing, and storing the Measuring Bridge.
  • The attendee will learn how to select the correct vehicle data sheet, understand the indexes and data sheet layout.
  • The course will show how to determine proper clamping as well as utilize print, zoom and the photo sheet.

Measuring System Operation:

  • This course will cover in detail how to choose the proper centering points, measuring cups and adapters and an understanding of the QR Function.
  • The course will cover performance of a quick check, the comparative measuring operation, absolute/point to point (P2P)/suspension measuring and upper body measuring using the high measuring point (HMP).
  • The course will also highlight the EVO information that is available within the software.

Measuring System Maintenance:

  • The maintenance overview will cover all aspects of maintenance, inspection and best practices to ensure the equipment operates successfully.
  • This will also include proper cleaning of the measuring slide and bridge, LM sensor care and performing a scale test