Reverse engineering

Reverse engineering processes

From the finished product to a detailed and well-defined project

Reverse engineering is an analysis process that allows one to start from a product or end result and work ‘backwards’ to the original design. The process is divided into several steps and starts with the acquisition of the geometries of the component, thanks to 3D scanning, and 3D modelling of the acquired data. Thanks to this process, a finished product can be ‘decomposed’ and all information about it, such as technical and physical specifications, can be obtained. Currently, reverse engineering is performed using state-of-the-art techniques, tools and software. These resources make it possible to recover CAD models or 2D or 3D drawings of a given object whose design is no longer available. Our team offers reverse engineering services and a design optimisation study to companies in the aerospace and other fields.

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Reverse engineering for the aerospace, aeronautics and other sectors

Reverse engineering makes it possible to reconstruct products of unknown or discontinued production, objects that have been worn or modified over time. This is precisely why it is one of the most popular services for the aerospace and aviation sectors. In general, it is a great resource for manufacturers in every sector, not only because it allows the original design of a product to be traced, but also because it allows defects in obsolete products to be corrected. This speeds up the process of product innovation. Reverse engineering also allows for more accurate aerodynamic analyses and is an optimal resource for the development of maintenance plans or aircraft optimisation. It is also a valuable solution for those working in the automotive industry and for companies in many other sectors. Request a personal consultation and more information about our reverse engineering service as soon as possible.

Reverse Engineering