We are your premier partner for optimizing existing product features using modern Re-engineering techniques.
Our reverse engineering services determine original product design and develop new designs from the existing products. We use SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor and SolidEdge software for scan to CAD conversions, geometry profile creations and interactive 3D models.
We provide reverse engineering solutions that includes 3D laser scanning, point cloud conversion, CMM inspection, competitor product analysis, product re-designing and new concept development.
Our team of reverse engineering professionals deliver design support services to wide range of industries such as automotive parts, industrial machines and parts, other useful components like U-joints, crankshaft, brake drums and brake rotors. We use the most precise metrology equipment available, including laser scanners, manual instrumentation and machine probes to create 3D CAD models that capture an object's original design with pin-point precision.
Our engineers can create SolidWorks models that can be used for applications such as dimensional inspections, product recreation & worn parts, or documenting shop floor changes from original drawings. Reverse engineering tends to imply that the 3D scanning is used solely for product design.
Our reverse engineering techniques are to harvest original data for obsolete or existing component, product or mold. Most of the times a product or part design data may be un-documented or obsoleted when patent owners aggressively pursue their patents. Coordinate measuring machines (CMM) scanning is utilized to convert surface and geometry into digital form and this data then can be used for interactive modeling and further analysis.
Our engineers use 3D laser scanning and 3D modeling method to scan part/component surfaces of any complexity and visualize the results in real time. We can generate CAD data from previous design sketches of parts or mold to optimize existing design at lower cost. Please feel free to contact us for your reverse engineering requirements.