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Use of Reverse Engineering in aviation and space industry

One of the main obstacles for the Solidworks aviation industry and space is a hard project partner tools at the lowest possible cost. many planes of 40 years, is still working hard and tools for different aircraft components essential for the repair and retrofitting. Tooling is the standard for components, because the drawings and CAD models are not available or are obsolete. Access for all aerospace companies and aircraft, it is extremely important to keep the old planes to cut costs, instead of investingin the construction of new aircraft. It 'hard to cut costs is key to improving profit margins.
Reverse engineering of aerospace components is not new in the industry. It is a process of scanning old parts / tools / forms, and convert scans into 3D models for the further improvement combined. Various types of reverse engineering software (RapidForm, IGES, Inventor) is used to produce 3D CAD models and production drawings of anime have been created to replicate the existing part or obsolete. InversionProcess Engineering is the most inexpensive and fast technique to reduce the cost of molds and tools. Digitization allows you to easily transfer data between different departments and makes it easy, in part to produce on demand.
Today Solidworks Simulation can be rebuilt using the latest techniques of reverse engineering, aircraft parts or reproduced within one business day! Thanks to state-of-the-art infrastructure through the company's reverse engineering and the latest in 3D laser scanner forthe market. However, the cost of buying these expensive scanners and CAD software air forces and aerospace industries, some of the work team with experience and focus on its core business to outsource the development and maintenance.
Reverse engineering plays a key role in the analysis of aerodynamics (Computational Fluid Dynamics, CFD) applications to evaluate the performance of various aircraft parts. SolidWorks and ANSYS CFD simulations can be done to make corrections to the prototype and time-to-market.This translates into reduced labor, lower costs and flexibility in design.
Reverse engineering services promises to work with the various departments of design, such as scanning, rendering, CAD, FEA, CFD, CAE, mold and die easy exchange of data. This includes material and surface data analysis, prototyping details, 3D scan-to-CAD conversion and 3D modeling CAD. The cloning and reproduction of various physical, requires reverse engineering for greater accuracy, and manufacturabilityEconomy.


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