By Luis Morales
SEMA Garage engineers have 3D scanned the Dynacorn ’67 Ford Mustang Fastback and ’69 Chevy Camaro and uploaded the files to the Tech Transfer 3D scan repository.
For the first time, the SEMA Garage has expanded its Tech Transfer program to include an aftermarket product manufacturer. Dynacorn International LLC, manufacturer of replacement body shells, has made two of its most popular models available through the Tech Transfer program. SEMA Garage engineers have 3D scanned the Dynacorn ’67 Ford Mustang Fastback and ’69 Chevy Camaro and uploaded the files to the Tech Transfer 3D scan repository.
Dynacorn offers musclecar enthusiasts OEM-licensed body shells, which serve as an easy way to restore a classic car or build one from the ground up.
The SEMA Garage Tech Transfer program has been successful in offering OEM CAD data directly from the OEMs to aftermarket manufacturers. The SEMA Garage is now expanding this offering to include data directly from aftermarket suppliers and manufacturers. Data is now available through the Tech Transfer program via the 3D scan repository.
“We are excited to offer CAD data obtained through 3D scanning parts from aftermarket manufacturers,” said Mike Spagnola, SEMA vice president of OEM and product development programs. “This technology will help ensure proper fitment of our members’ parts for vehicle builders.”
For those who are not current Tech Transfer members but would like more information on how to join, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the SEMA Garage website for additional services and the Dynacorn website for more information on their products.