You want to reconstruct an object or analyze the wear of heavily stressed components and you don't have any design data, let alone technical drawings? In this case, our reverse engineering process can help. Our procedure follows the reverse engineering process so that you receive a CAD design including design data in 2D or 3D.
We also create CAD models for multi-component parts. These are assemblies whose parts consist of different materials.
The goal is to enable the redesign of an existing product quickly and easily. We convert scan results into a CAD model. Your corresponding component is measured without contact.
The basis for our state-of-the-art reverse engineering technology is formed by data from the computer tomograph, which we generate in-house from your components. All we need is the original component to create a virtual model. We capture inaccessible component geometries and extract accurate design elements from them. Based on this data, we use our professional software and years of know-how to create true-to-size CAD models in common formats. In addition, our software makes it possible to create CAD models of individual components or several assembled parts in assembled position.
According to your individual needs, we take into account your production-relevant specifications when creating the CAD model, such as draft angles for castings or mold separation for gate valves.
With our process, you can, for example, digitize a manually created component or update existing models. This is particularly helpful if the manufactured parts do not meet the specifications of the original CAD design. In many cases, our process is used for production parts from older plants as well as in the area of individual special machines. In other words, we generate CAD models for old and special parts of which no CAD information is available.
Increasingly, our process is being used for the production of spare parts for vintage cars. Historical pieces can be reconstructed in an uncomplicated way and at the same time allow necessary adaptations to modern production techniques.