Reverse engineering is applied in many fields, especially in rapid prototyping. In fact, how is reverse engineering applied in rapid prototyping? Let’s explore it together.
1. What is rapid prototyping?
- Rapid prototyping is a group of techniques used to quickly fabricate a scale model of a physical part or assembly using three-dimensional computer aided design (CAD) data.
- Construction of the part or assembly is usually done using 3D printing or “additive layer manufacturing” technology. But before this stage, the engineers must have a reverse engineering design.
2. Advantages of rapid prototyping
- Depending on the size and complexity of the template, it takes 3 to 72 hours or less to create a new pattern, much faster than traditional prototyping methods.
- Help to quickly bring products to market, reduce production costs.
3. Reverse engineering is applied to rapid prototyping
- In recent years, reverse engineering has been applied more in production. It allows for quick design of a product sample based on an existing product.
- Reverse engineering allows you to quickly copy or improve existing products without the need for original blueprints. From the digitization of the sample surface with a coordinate measuring device, a new design model is built on digitized data thanks to reverse engineering software. As a result, it is possible to copy, reproduce products or adjust the design model to produce more improved products.
- Reverse engineering is widely used in part manufacturing, restoring damaged parts, duplicating existing products, or improving new products.
4. Where to create quick prototypes in Hanoi?
- Currently, the rapid design service in Hanoi has a number of implementing units, including Smart Design Labs Company Co. Ltd . With a team of professional technicians and machines using modern technology, this is a reliable place to meet all requirements of customers.
- Contact for advice:
Phone: 024 7300 7070
Hotline: 035 873 6772 | 083 4400 810
Address: Room 305B, Building 86 Le Trong Tan, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi.
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