Reverse engineering is the process of creating the design and engineering specifications for a product based on an existing physical product. Technologies such as 3D scanning and computer-aided design (CAD) software are often used to aid in this process.
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Putting Engineering in Reverse
How 3D scanning and an underlying hunger to compete is driving the design quest for reverse engineering in global industry.
FARO Acquires Open Technologies
In its purchase of Open Technologies, FARO extends 3D capabilities into dental and across various design-driven industries.
How to Leverage High-Strength 3D Printing
Can't figure out how to integrate high-strength 3D printing into your manufacturing workflow? Try a new perspective. Learn more.
Exact Metrology Hosts Dual Open Houses
Product demonstrations and technical presentations on 3D and CT scanning by Exact Metrology engage a large audience in Wisconsin and...
3D Scanning: Do Your Point Clouds Have a Purpose?
Working with the right level of detail is the key to reverse engineering via 3D scanning.
Workstation Research Provides New Insights
What end users think about workstations and how they use them.
View Reverse Engineering Using FARO Design Arm
In this brief video, Faro Engineer Si Horton demonstrates how to use the Faro Design Arm for reverse engineering in...
Reverse Engineering and 3D Printing for Motorsports
Wiring in racecars is becoming more and more complex and power units are made up of several parts that need...
Nikon Metrology Unveils ModelMaker H120 Handheld Scanner
Some benefits of the new scanner include scanner accuracy of 7 microns; measures at over 450 stripes every second on all materials;...
Reverse Engineering: Reducing Production Costs
The production of functioning prototypes that at the same time has to achieve the level of a sports car requires...
Old School Design Meets New Reverse Engineering Technology
Furniture manufacturer Kimball International relies on 3D scanning to generate CAD data from products made decades ago.
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Podcast: Digital Engineering News Roundup for Oct. 12, 2018
Listen to a brief roundup of this week's top digital engineering news featuring Siemens...
Material Matters in Rendering
3D printing applications push rendering developers to match new material properties.
SLA 3D Printing With Engineering Materials
In this webcast, Kevin Gautier, Channel Application Engineer at Formlabs, will walk you through...
DE Making the Case for Simulation of Additive Manufacturing
Increase additive manufacturing efficiencies and lower production costs with upfront simulation.
Editor’s Pick: Metal Additive Manufacturing System is Configurable and Scalable
EOS expands its DMLS additive manufacturing systems lineup.
Editor’s Pick: Access Simulation Throughout Design
From concept through manufacturing and beyond, Altair's new platforms make simulation readily...
Editor’s Pick: Canon U.S.A. Unveils New Océ ColorWave Series
Multifunction large-format printing systems have technologies that could save time, reduce costs...
Editor’s Pick: Correlate Measured Loads with FEA Models
Analysis tool set leverages FEA models to determine optimal strain gauge placement.