|New CAD files for the ’12 Chevrolet Sonic, Cruze and Ford Focus, as well as the ’11 F-150 EcoBoost engine, have recently been added to the SEMA Tech Transfer Program.
In addition to accessing files directly from OEMs, another key benefit of the SEMA Tech Transfer program is that the database is constantly expanding. While the CAD data mentioned above, as well as hundreds of additional CAD files, is available immediately at www.sema.org/techtransfer, more components can also be requested from all participating OEMs through the program.
The intent of SEMA Tech Transfer, 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 include Chrysler, Ford, General Motors and Scion.
For more information on the SEMA Tech Transfer Program, visit www.SEMA.org/techtransfer or e-mail email@example.com.