Collision Repair & Refinish

3D scanning technology - Taking aftermarket manufactures to a new level

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.

Detailing Made Simple

Detailing Made Simple®

The Seat Shop Introduces The Guardian 3rd Row Seat Lock

The Seat Shop believes your truck’s interior should always look as good as the day you bought it. This commitment has led to a collection of premiere after-market seat products. Our OEM quality, guaranteed factory color match seat and arm rest covers allow you to replace your interior the way it wears out: one piece at a time. And our 3rd row seats give you back all the functionality your SUV deserves.

MIN-DUCTOR II CD GOES GLOBAL

MINI-DUCTOR™ II CE GOES GLOBAL

ELGIN, IL – NOVEMBER 2012
Outside of the United States, very late model vehicles operate for hundreds of thousands of miles, exposed to years of corrosion. After hearing the plea from around the world, Induction Innovations has launched their new 220v version of the popular “MINI-DUCTOR II™”. This powerful handheld induction power inverter has made a name for itself as the US award winning, popular Tech Tool.

HushMat Launches Interactive Merchandising Displays

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:
HushMat:Tim McCarthy
(913) 599-2600
Avidworx: Marcel Newell
(604) 696-2843 EXT 1
HushMat Launches Interactive Merchandising Displays

RetireSafe Urges Seniors, Repairs Shops to Support PARTS Act during AAPEX/SEMA Week

Las Vegas, Nevada (Oct. 29, 2012) – According to AAA, experts predict that 37 million Americans will be age 65 or older by the year 2020, and at least 90 percent of them will be licensed to drive. As with any large group of drivers on the road, there will be accidents and collision repairs.

Automotive Body Parts Association Calls on AAPEX/SEMA Attendees to Join Quality Parts Coalition

Las Vegas, NV - October 29, 2012 - The Automotive Body Parts Association (ABPA) encourages this year’s attendees of the AAPEX/SEMA Shows to become members of the Quality Parts Coalition (QPC). Representing the interests of all industry segments of the automotive collision repair industry, the QPC seeks to secure a permanent legislative change to the U.S. design patent law to preserve competition and to ensure the availability of quality alternative collision repair parts for consumers.

QPC Highlights Momentum in Global Effort to Preserve Competition in Automotive Aftermarket

Las Vegas, NV – October 31, 2012 – This year, the Quality Parts Coalition (QPC) gained significant movement on its mission to preserve competition in the automotive replacement parts industry through the introduction of legislation in Congress. Achievements made by the QPC are part of the collective global effort to ensure free competition in the collision parts industry. QPC’s sister organization, the European Campaign for the Freedom of the Automotive Parts and Repair Market (ECAR), has in turn made progress this year working toward the same mission.

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