Summary of the main highlights of the current version.
Summary of the main highlights of the program version.
3D CAD/CAM software solutions for every application.
The all-in-one solution for each stair builder.
Computer-based project planning and design for facade & metal cladding.
The most important new program features explained in short video clips.
All innovations of the different program versions.
Support and SEMA solutions for school & training.
Gallery with great projects realised by customers using the SEMA software.
What customers say about SEMA and our software solutions
Tutorials, guidelines and tips & tricks about the SEMA software.
Download of documents, manuals and other helpful small programs and tools.
Recommendations for the system requirements of your computer for working with SEMA.
Platform for discussions and exchange of information around the SEMA software.
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Download of the delivery status and updates for the current and previous version.
Download of the gratis Try&Learn version for testing purpose and school use.
The history of the SEMA company with the most important milestones from its founding to date.
Overview of all partnerships with other companies.
Get to know the SEMA team. Have a look behind the scenes.
Do you have any concerns or questions? We look forward to helping you any time.
Point clouds as a design basis for renovations or work on existing buildings.
Various possibilities for the exchange of information.
Perfection in Light-Fame Wood Construction.
All currently ongoing offers and events.
The latest news about our software solutions and company.
Articles of the trade press on SEMA Learn everything about the SEMA company and our products.
SEMA presents itself here: Dates of trade fairs and events to come.
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SEMA customer: Holzbau Kirsten
Project: Michaelskirche Ottenheim
Time of construction: May 2015 – August 2015
Type of construction: Special pointed steeple tower
Timber consumption: 15 tons