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2015 Ford Mustang, F-150 CAD Data Available Soon

On June 1, Ford Motor Co. will release CAD information on the ’15 Mustang and F-150. This data is available only to members who have subscribed to SEMA's Tech Transfer program.

Three Measuring Sessions Coming in May

SEMA's OEM Relations department will deliver three Measuring Sessions over the course of nine days at the end of May, one of which will take place at the SEMA Garage –Industry Innovations Center in Diamond Bar, California.

SEMA Enhances Customer Service With Association Benefits Team

SEMA is enhancing customer service and raising awareness of its member benefits by assigning each member company with a single point of contact to assist with all Show-related services and with association programs and services.

2015 Ford Mustang, F-150 CAD Data Available Soon

On June 1, Ford Motor Co. will release CAD information on the ’15 Mustang and F-150. This data is available only to members who have subscribed to SEMA's Tech Transfer program.

SEMA Enhances Customer Service With Association Benefits Team

SEMA is enhancing customer service and raising awareness of its member benefits by assigning each member company with a single point of contact to assist with all Show-related services and with association programs and services.

Rapid Prototyping Revolutionizes Product Development

New products shape the automotive specialty-equipment industry, and companies that get their innovations to market earliest have the best chance for success. Millions of dollars are spent each year to research, design, develop and produce prototypes that are eventually honed into the finished parts that reach consumers’ vehicles. Until recently, that process has been time consuming and expensive—especially for smaller manufacturers that don’t have huge budgets. But technology is changing the R&D process.
SEMA News—December 2014

BUSINESS

It’s Official!

The SEMA Garage Opens to Industry WowsAs the saying goes, you never get a second chance to make a good first impression. In recent months, the new SEMA Garage—Industry Innovations Center has officially thrown its doors wide open to SEMA members, welcoming them to let their creativity flow within the new facility. In return, the initial industry response has been incredible. Clearly, SEMA membership is intrigued with the possibilities.
SEMA News—October 2014

EVENTS

’15 Ford Mustang, F-150 CAD Data Available

Ford Motor Co. has made CAD information available for the ’15 Mustang and F-150. The data is accessible to SEMA manufacturing members who are subscribed to the SEMA Technology Transfer program. The program, which was established more than 10 years ago to help manufacturers minimize or eliminate reverse engineering for production, is available for $360 per year. Other OEMs that are part of the program include Chrysler, General Motors and Scion.
SEMA News—July 2014

INDUSTRY NEWS

Four ’13 Honda/Acura Models Attract 24 Specialty Parts Manufacturers

Twenty-four manufacturers turned up to measure the completely redesigned ’13 Honda Accord Sedan and Coupe, Civic EX Sedan and all-new Acura ILX 2.4L during last week's SEMA Measuring Session at American Honda's headquarters in Torrance, California.

SEMA Offers Manufacturers First Look at ’13 Cadillac ATS, XTS and Chevrolet Spark

Twenty-one manufacturers showed up to measure the ’13 Cadillac ATS, XTS and ’13 Chevrolet Spark during the Measuring Sessions at SEMA’s Diamond Bar, California, headquarters, September 5–6. Measuring Sessions provide manufacturers with hands-on access to new vehicles in order to gather surface data for designing, developing and manufacturing specialty equipment.
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