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Reverse Engineering into Core Design

Industry analyst Chad Jackson, from Lifcycle Insights, explores reverse engineering into core design in his latest e-book.

In “Integrating Reverse Engineering into Core Design,” Jackson opens with an explanation about why reverse engineering would need to be applied in CAD software to begin with. He lists that sometimes “the product or component was developed before good configuration and control practices were put into place,” or “an organically shaped design is first developed physically and needs to be converted into a digital definition.” Jackson goes on to shed some light on how reverse engineering can be utilized in concept design, detailed design, and prototyping and testing.

Please take a look at this free e-book from Lifecycle Insights.

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Industry analyst Chad Jackson, from Lifcycle Insights, explores reverse engineering into core design in his latest e-book.

In “Integrating Reverse Engineering into Core Design,” Jackson opens with an explanation about why reverse engineering would need to be applied in CAD software to begin with. He lists that sometimes “the product or component was developed before good configuration and control practices were put into place,” or “an organically shaped design is first developed physically and needs to be converted into a digital definition.” Jackson goes on to shed some light on how reverse engineering can be utilized in concept design, detailed design, and prototyping and testing.

Please take a look at this free e-book from Lifecycle Insights.