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    Thomes JJ

    Reverse engineering (also known as reverse technology) is a process of product design technology reproduction, that is, reverse analysis and research on a target product, so as to deduce and obtain the processing flow, organizational structure, functional characteristics and technical specifications of the product. Design elements to produce products that are functionally similar, but not identical. Reverse engineering originated from hardware analysis in the commercial and military fields. Its main purpose is to directly analyze the finished product and deduce the design principle of the product when the necessary production information cannot be easily obtained. Reverse engineering can be mistaken for a serious infringement of intellectual property, but in practice, it may instead protect the intellectual property owner

    Wendy Hannry

    1. Design of new parts
    In the industrial field, some complex products or parts are difficult to express with a definite design concept. In order to obtain a more optimal design, designers often create a physical model based on functional and analytical needs to carry out complex or important parts. Then use the reverse method to construct a three-dimensional model, and make further modifications on the basis of the model to realize the modification or profiling design of the product.

    2. Copy of existing parts
    In the absence of 2D design drawings or original design parameters, 3D scanning can convert physical parts into digital models, so that parts can be replicated through reverse engineering methods to reproduce the original product or the design intent of the part, and the product can be re-engineered. Innovative design.

    3. Restoration of damaged or worn parts
    When a part is damaged or worn, the digital model of the part can be reconstructed by 3D scanning, the surface of the damaged part can be restored or repaired, and replacement parts of these parts can be quickly produced, thereby improving the utilization rate of equipment and prolong its service life.

    4. Repeated modification of design products and improvement of accuracy
    For example, in the shape design of the car, the designer conceptualizes the product based on the needs of function and aesthetics, and then uses some soft materials (such as sludge) to make the design model into a physical model. In this process, due to the modification of the initial model very large, there is no need to spend a lot of time making

    Jake Able

    By starting with precise, clean, and high resolution scan data, reverse engineering is made much simpler. Utilizing a 3D scanning equipment that will record the smallest and most intricate geometric details of your part is beneficial. This will significantly help in cutting down on processing time and any potential guesswork. Starting with “bad or poor” quality scan data is similar to attempting to follow cryptic instructions to reach a destination. Because of your navigational abilities, you might be able to make it, but it will undoubtedly take some time, work, and irritation. Our reverse engineering customers have stated that they have a precise and accurate foundation that reduces their CAD generation time thanks to the ATOS quick and simple physical to digital workflow and scan data quality.

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