What is Reverse Engineering?
Reverse engineering is the process of extracting the design elements from an existing component, aiming to reproduce the existing object as accurately as possible.
In order to verify the insights gained, an attempt is often made to produce a 1:1 copy of the object, on the basis of which it is basically possible to carry out further development.
Reverse Engineering example projects
This gas compressor was a one-off production. As there were no drawings available, a replacement of this product appeared at first to be difficult. However, by scanning the compressor and transferring the data to specialized software, we can now produce this item multiple times.
Parametric Reverse Engineering for Aerodynamics
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