The Tech Transfer program now has 3-D scan files for the ’18 Textron Wildcat XX available.
3-D Scan Files Available for the ’18 Textron Wildcat XX
The SEMA Garage has expanded the number of scan files available through its 3-D Scan Repository.
The Tech Transfer program is now offering 3-D scan files for the all-new ’18 Textron Wildcat XX. This is one of the four major UTV models available, alongside the Yamaha YXZ1000R, Polaris RZR XP1000 and Can-Am Maverick X3.
For those who are already Tech Transfer members, feel free to browse through the website’s 3-D Scan Repository to view all the available files.
If you are not a Tech Transfer member and are interested in accessing SEMA’s 3-D scan data and OEM CAD data, contact email@example.com.
The proceeds from the auction of the ’15 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited will help fund the next vehicle build for the purpose of creating a self-sustaining program.
Student-Built ’15 Jeep Wrangler Fetches $53,500 at Auction
The fully customized ’15 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited was built by students of the Santa Fe Early College Opportunities Auto Tech School (Santa Fe ECO)—a magnet high school in Santa Fe, New Mexico, that provides applied sciences and tech training, along with traditional academic classes. The Wrangler build was a collaboration between SEMA and the Santa Fe ECO, for which 24 automotive aftermarket companies contributed parts.
One hundred percent of the auction proceeds will be used to fund another project that will continue to support and educate students about vehicle builds and careers in the automotive industry. With the auction raising $53,500 and BaT donating 5% of the auction fee, the grand total raised was $56,175.