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REVERSE ENGINEERING – CAR BODY DESIGN
Reverse Engineering is a set of practices that allow obtaining information about design of any artificial object, starting at the object itself or its model.
The process goes through the creation of 3D models that reproduce faithfully every element investigated and allow you to estimate the operating characteristics.
Reverse Engineering is used by large and small companies to study and evaluate products of competitors, design modifications to existing components or develop new parts or analysis for the production.
In automotive industry, in particular, Reverse Engineering is crucial when it comes to start a production cycle for prototypes and models built by hand.
For free geometry surfaces, as the major part of car body lines, very often it is not possible to carry out studies and design improvements from the original design.
Here the need for a 3D model to start from, in order to reproduce the design aesthetic and functional departure, combined to production needs.
The key steps of Reverse Engineering for the Automotive industry are to capture the shapes of the object and extract the information that results from scanning, to obtain a CAD file that can then be edited.
Compared to traditional methods, Photogrammetric solutions that we have developed using our Laser scanners can save a considerable amount of time for scans.
In addition, the portability of our devices allows the customer to act wherever required, such as in the first steps or directly on the production lines.
With our technology, you can capture all the detail of each scanned item, including color and texture, with a level of accuracy hard to reach with other processes.
The captured data flows then in realization of CAD files that represent an optimal starting point for designers, offering all the information you need even in the planning of the production cycle.