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Reverse Engineering

Recover lost designs and make your supply chain flexible.

Automotive components like this windshield wiper assembly can be reverse-engineered based on precise internal measurements of an industrial CT scan.

Aerospace manufacturers use industrial CT for reverse engineering to recreate critical components such as turbine blades, engine parts, and structural elements. This technology provides detailed insights into the internal and external features of these components, allowing manufacturers to accurately reproduce them and maintain the performance and reliability of aerospace products.

In the automotive industry, CT supports reverse engineering efforts to replicate engine components, transmission parts, and structural elements, ensuring that reproduced parts meet original design specifications. This capability is particularly valuable for sourcing manufacturing operations and producing legacy parts that are no longer available from the original manufacturer.

Consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies rely on CT scanning for reverse engineering to analyze and replicate packaging designs and product components. This non-destructive method provides a comprehensive view of internal structures and material compositions.


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