Part & Tool Inspection
CAD models updating
Through the process of Reverse Engineering, we extract the digital shape of any
physical object and use that data to troubleshoot, reproduce, study, analyze, inspect
or use in other downstream applications. This digital data can be delivered in the
form of just plain xyz points, also commonly called a point cloud, surface models,
polygon mesh models (stl), watertight solid models, color coded easy to read
inspection reports, cross sections or splines. This data can further be converted to be
read in any CAD system. Some of the supported file formats are:
Igs (IGES), x_t (Unigraphics), prt (Pro/E), model (Catia),Rapid Prototyping
(slc,stl),des(GM-des), nas (Nastran),obj (Wavefront),iv (Open Inventor), xyz, ascii, vda,
vrml, bmw, cfl, lay, ast, sys, wrl, as well as all the 3D digitizer formats.
With the digital data generated by this process, CAD models can be easily updated
to reflect the changes in the model, object, tool or die. Any part of the tool or die
can be duplicated with the help of the surface model created by this process.
Physical product designs like clay and other prototypes can be converted into solid
models for making the required tooling.