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Equipment for Reverse Engineering
Reverse engineering requires a number of pieces of specialized equipment to meet the broad needs of companies and individuals across a wide range of industries. The first and one of the most important specialized pieces of equipment is the scanning technology. Different scanners are used depending on the requirements of the subject being reverse engineered.... Read more »
Common uses for Reverse Engineering
Reverse engineering is the process of taking a finished product and breaking it down in order to replicate a part. The term is often heard in computer programming to decompile code to understand the algorithms. In the mechanical and industrial applications, the uses can be a bit more varied. The uses of reverse engineering are... Read more »
Reverse Engineered Parts: Will My Parts be Detailed?
The process of reverse engineering a product has a number of important pieces all of which must be considered. Some of these such as ethical and legal considerations must be determined before the physical parts of the process begin. Once the determination is made to move forward, analysis of the original must occur from scanning... Read more »
Limitations of Reverse Engineering
Reverse engineering is the process by which an existing object is digitized so that it can be reconstructed. It has a number of uses to meet company needs across industries: mechanical, aerospace, manufacturing, medical, etc. So how does it work and what can you do with it? How does it work? Fortunately, today reverse engineering... Read more »
Reverse Engineering: Everything you need to know.
Steps Involved: Know what you need to get started. Reverse Engineering is a great process for helping solve issues with production and downtime. Reverse engineering allows us to take a finished product and create an image that can be modified and copied to take to production. To reverse engineer a part, the part must go... Read more »