Friday, January 2, 2015

Reverse Engineering services

As technological evolution continues to shape future for all of us, need for spare parts also turn critical. Constant manufacturing or producing spare parts needs deployment of reverse engineering as a primary inspection tool for recreation of spare parts. As part of our continuous drive to keep innovation at the forefront, we deliver outsourced reverse engineering processes to obtain CAD models from existing physical parts. By using advanced laser training technologies we facilitate the process by sampling part surface data with speed, accuracy and acquire the geometry of a part with complex and freeform surfaces.

Our Reverse Engineering services include:

  1. Product Re-designing
  2. Detailed dimensional/geometric analysis
  3. R & D on competitors’ products
  4. 3D Scan to CAD Conversion
  5. Comprehensive Product Measurement
  6. Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA) analysis
  7. Quality control inspection
  8. 3D CAD Modeling
  9. Manufacturing Drawings
  10. CMM Inspection & Analysis
  11. Analyzing Ergonomic and Aesthetic elements
  12. Manufacturability analysis
  13. Verification and validation of processes
  14. 3D Visualization
  15. 3D Animation

Derive benefits:

  • Gain competitive benchmarking methods that understand your competitor's products and develop better products
  • Get a foolproof IP contender to track competitors
  • Design a new part to fit to a legacy part.
  • Modernize old-fashioned products or processes with latest, less-expensive technologies with improved features
  • Update CAD models of your tooling to match shop-floor changes
  • Get a drawing remade before making design changes to an assembly
  • Redesign a part without manufacturing defects
  • Gain from shortest product development times for Rapid Product Development (RPD)
  • Get actual manufacturing drawings done before migrating a part of manufacturing to a new partner company
  • Modernize your manufacturing process
  • Original manufacturer or original documentation is not an option anymore
  • Define the product you manufacture for ISO system requirements
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