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New CAD Data for 8 GM Models Added to SEMA's Tech Transfer

The SEMA Tech Transfer program has expanded with the addition of new CAD files for eight GM vehicles. The data-sharing program features thousands of files from participating OEMs—Chrysler, Ford, GM and Scion—and is open to SEMA manufacturing members free of charge.



New Ford and Chevrolet CAD Data Available

New CAD files for eight GM and five Ford vehicles, as well as 2D prints of the starter for the Ford Big Block V8, have been added to SEMA Tech Transfer.

Sleek New Ford Escape Revealed; CAD Data Available to SEMA Manufacturing Members

Scheduled to arrive next year, the ’13 Ford Escape is projected to debut with fuel economy up to 5 mpg better than the outgoing model, thanks in part to 10% better aerodynamics.

Manufacturers Get Their Specs for 2013 Mazda CX-5

Several manufacturers got their hands on Mazda's all-new ’13 CX-5 during last week's SEMA Measuring Session at Mazda's headquarters in Irvine, California. With four CX-5 models available, manufacturers were eager to obtain the specs needed to prepare parts for a vehicle that is projected to be a hit with enthusiasts.

Tech Transfer Update: New GM Files for G8, Camaro ZL1, Corvette ZR1 and More

CAD files for seven GM vehicles have been added to SEMA Tech Transfer, further enhancing the data-sharing program that features thousands of files from participating OEMs—Chrysler, Ford, GM and Scion.

SEMA Tech Transfer Update: New Files for Corvette, F-150, Escalade and More

The SEMA Tech Transfer program has expanded with the addition of vehicle CAD files for the Chevrolet Avalanche and Corvette, Cadillac Escalade and SRX, and the Ford Escape, F-150, Super Duty and Taurus.

Get Camaro ZL1 CAD Data Before It's Released

The SEMA Tech Transfer Program—which provides members access to vehicle CAD files from participating OEMs—has expanded its offerings with the addition of data files for the 2012 ZL1 Camaro.

SEMA Tech Transfer—New Files Available for 2012 Chevrolet Sonic, Cruze and Ford Focus

The intent of SEMA’s Tech Transfer program, available exclusively to SEMA manufacturing members, is to minimize or completely eliminate the necessity of reverse engineering to produce products. The program houses a database of CAD files provided by participating OEMs, which currently includes Chrysler, Ford, General Motors and Scion.

SEMA Scholarship Applications Available

Students preparing for careers in the automotive industry may be eligible to receive financial awards ranging from $1,000–$4,000 through the 2011 SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund. The scholarship application, which is due April 1 and requires college transcripts and letters of recommendation, is now available here.

SEMA News—February 2011

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