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Collision Repair & Refinish
CAR BENCH AMERICA is introducing the CAR BENCH REVOLUTION SYSTEM for blueprinting and structural repair of virtually all light trucks and cars sold in North America
Car Bench has been known world wide as the leader for structural repair and prototyping with the Car Bench 3D universal multi point anchoring and holding system which has more OEM approvals then any ohter system. The Car Bench Universal system with state of the art laser measuring for blueprinting and repair, provides one technician the ability to postion fixtures at the precise location with intelligent targets tha eliminate the need to monitor the screen and perform repair with out further measuring, once the fixtures are positioned.
Pottstown, PA - The Eastwood Company, known for its innovative tools, supplies and coatings in the auto restoration and customization markets has announced that Ron Covell and Kevin Tetz will be providing demonstrations in the Eastwood booth (#23897) at SEMA.
Ron Covell, known as one of the best metalworkers in the world, will demonstrate metal-shaping using a variety of Eastwood tools including the shrinker/stretcher, sandbag & mallet, and Eastwood's new English Wheel.
WyoTech to Attend 2013 SEMA Show in North Hall Booth #12573: Events to include the unveiling of a custom 1964 Ford truck and autograph sessions with official spokesperson Jessi Combs and drift racer Sarah Burgess
Santa Ana, Calif. (July 29, 2013) – WyoTech is proud to announce their participation in the 2013 Specialty Equipment Marketing Association (SEMA) trade show starting November 5 in Las Vegas, Nev. The WyoTech booth, located in the North Hall at #12573, will feature a custom 1964 Ford truck and autograph sessions with their official spokesperson and TV personality Jessi Combs and drift racer Sarah Burgess.
Shoot Suit Inc. releases their NEW seat protector
Shoot Suit now offers a new seat protector designed to protect your seat from stains. The heavy duty vinyl coated fabric keeps it water and oil resistant to help keep your seat free of liquid stains. The oversized headrest pocket makes for easy on and off on most all vehicles. Smooth fabric makes for easy clean up (wipe off) or it’s machine wash and dryable for the tougher stains. Visit us at SEMA in booth #11361 in the collision repair and refinish section www.shootsuit.com
Murrieta, CA. ( July 25, 2013 )-Metal Edge Products, Inc. will be featuring their new product, The Lug Ripper at the SEMA show in Las Vegas in November 2013. The Lug Ripper is a state of the art tool that removes seized or frozen lug nuts off of the rim of a vehicle in a matter of minutes. This “one of a kind” tool is a specialized drill bit that is so strong it can cut into four inches of steel up to 200 times. The Lug Ripper is made of carbide metal and designed to remove 17, 19 & 21mm lug nuts without damaging the tire rim of a vehicle.
East Haven, CT ( July 3, 2013) - Silent Running (www.silentcoating.com) is excited to announce a new addition to their product line, SR CAR, a high performance liquid coating used to dampen vibration, reduce unwanted road noise, and improve stereo quality.
Madison, Ind. (Jan. 9, 2013) – Chief Automotive Technologies introduces a new tower extension accessory that can make the EZ Liner™ Express collision repair system even more versatile.
Chief’s tower extension adds another 18 inches of clearance between the frame rack’s tower and the vehicle being repaired. The additional space creates better pulling angles and allows the rack to be used to repair larger vehicles. It removes obstructions and makes working on all vehicles easier for technicians.
With the SEMA Show being the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world, Rapid Scan 3D had the pleasure exibiting this year showing of 3D scanning technology. This amazing 3D scanning technology is being used for inspecting parts and reverse engineering. Many aftermarket companies were not aware of these type of 3D scanning tools. How does a company know they are desgning and manufacturing good parts? The answer is to use a 3D scanner to collect accurate data of the real part. The next step is being able to analyze that part against the CAD drawing.
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