Reverse engineering

Reverse engineering is the deconstruction of an object to ascertain its design and workings.

Uses Of Reverse Engineering

  • There is a need to develop a new product that is based on an existing product where you have no CAD data to start from.

  • You need a digital version to work from to reduce the development cycle of new products.

  • You have a part that requires a redesign, and it does not have a CAD model.

  • The product design needs to be adjusted to correct performance or manufacturing problems.

  • There is a need to capture the exact geometry of an existing physical model and to digitize it.

  • You need to create a 3D virtual model for use in Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), or Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software.

  • You require a way to inspect object dimensions, deformations, and other technical specification issues. Your purpose is to use Computer-Aided Engineering to inspect, analyze, and correct quality and performance issues.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to reinvent how manufacturing should be done to solve our customers' problems while providing an excellent customer experience built upon accuracy, timeliness, and attention to detail.

Halcyon Manufacturing

633 Giguere Ct

San Jose, CA 95133

(408) 231-3124

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