Automotive aftermarket manufacturers seeking to develop products during “stay-at-home” orders can tap into several exclusive SEMA-member benefits that lend themselves to physical distancing.
SEMA Tech Transfer
The SEMA Tech Transfer Program will continuously upload new data as it's released.
Three-dimension (3D) scan data for the '20 Jeep Gladiator is available exclusively to SEMA manufacturing members.
Initial data available will include 4x4 and 4x2 suspension, brakes, exhaust, frame, engine, air intake, front and rear fascias, and cargo bed.
For the first time, SEMA has partnered with an engine manufacturer to provide CAD data to SEMA Tech Transfer members.
The available files are for Crew Cab models with 5-ft.-8-in.- and 6-ft.-6-in.-pickup beds.
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.
The SEMA Garage has expanded the number of scan files available through its 3D Scan Repository.