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Practical Ways To Reverse Engineer Design Through Combined Integrated Environments

Explore how an integrated environment for reverse engineering in design that combines parametric, direct and facet modeling brings harmony to chaotic design flaws

Reverse engineering in design plays a key role in every industry, whether you use reverse engineering to understand how something was designed, to reproduce components for which no documentation exists or to identify the root cause of failures. Most modern digital development processes fail to integrate reverse engineering in design properly, leading to friction and delays for engineers. This eBook from Lifecycle Insights analyst Chad Jackson explores how an integrated environment for reverse engineering in design that combines parametric, direct and facet modeling solves this problem.


How To Reverse Engineer Design

Reverse engineering is the design process in which a product is analyzed or recreated using a physical part as a starting point. During the design process for a new product, modeling can be used in order to test, evaluate and validate the conceptual design. This process is usually iterative and requires several modifications to the original design. For that reason, reverse engineering can become a valuable solution for extracting the original product design. Siemens Convergent Modeling technology makes Reverse Engineering steps faster.
Reverse Engineering in Design Field Repair

Reverse Engineering in Design Field Repair

Reverse Engineering Reference Point Cloud

Reverse Engineering Reference Point Cloud

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