We had a blast this month! Not only did we attend the 2016 SEMA Show, but we also highlighted great interior projects, reviewed some tools and gave away prizes. Here’s a look back at what you might have missed in November 2016.
We received our media registry, read up on the companies and vehicles we wanted to visit, walked the show floor and saw some gorgeous builds.
We’re networking with industry leaders, learning about new products and checking out some jaw-dropping interior projects.
After two days of visiting booths and networking with company reps, we finally had a chance to walk the outdoor car show and take in some live rock music.
Electron Top‘s November 2016 issue of “Keep in Touch!” reminds readers how important it is to stay politically engaged.
If you’re enrolled in an auto upholstery program you might be eligible for either the SEMA Memorial Scholarship or Loan Forgiveness Program.
Congrats to Amanda Tharp for opening Signature Upholstery in Roseville, Illinois. The new shop focuses on automotive and marine upholstery.
Check out Tommy Perkins of Seams Ridiculous Upholstery do his thing on a recent episode of PowerNation TV‘s hit show “Truck Tech.”
We scoured the internet for the latest employment opportunities in the field of auto upholstery and posted them on our jobs page.
We recently chatted with Chris McClintock of Bux Customs about his work with Hydes Leather and switch to Nappa leather. His answers were insightful.
Here’s a refresher on the difference between quotes, estimates and ballpark figures. Make sure your clients know what these terms mean.
Albright’s Supply kicked off the month by announcing Chris Parker of Everything Upholstery as the winner of their “Spooktacular Giveaway.”
Five years after interviewing Tracy for our “10 Questions” series, we caught up with him to see what he’s been up to and publish an update.
WoodWrite in Chicago, Illinois, creates custom wood dashboard kits and interior component for a range of vehicles. Check them out!
In the 1930s, a reclining car seat was the height of in-cabin technology. And the way people talked about it is pretty amusing!
We recently had the opportunity to test a pair of Knipex‘s unique needle-nose hog ring pliers, which we spotted at the 2016 SEMA Show.
Congratulations to Richard Perez of R.P. Interiors, Inc. in Horseheads, New York, for winning our Knipex hog ring pliers giveaway!
To all our community members – trimmers and sponsors alike, we’d like to say thank you. You make The Hog Ring possible, and continue to inspire us with your work.
In the market for a new sewing machine? Then check out the Juki 28010-7x — an innovative, high-end machine that won’t break the bank.
Need inspiration? Check out this video by Carlex Design in which they fully customize the exterior and interior of a Nissan GT-R.
When McLaren Automotive unveiled its F1 supercar in 1992, the 3-seat cockpit with a center steering wheel stunned audiences.