Reverse Engineering

Reverse engineering is the process of starting from an existing example of a product or part, understanding and documenting its characteristics such as design, structure and functionality. This method is used to understand, redesign or improve the internal working principles, components and materials of an existing product.
  • Analysis and Documentation

    The first step is to conduct and document a detailed analysis of the existing product or part. This includes examining the structural, mechanical, electrical or software characteristics of the product. In the information gathering phase, methods such as 3D scanning, measurement, visual inspection and data collection can be used.
  • Design Rollback

    Based on the information obtained, the original design of the product is created or recreated. At this stage, 3D modeling and technical drawings of the product are created using CAD (Computer Aided Design) software and other engineering tools.
  • Analysis and Improvement

    Data from the design take-back process is analyzed to improve the performance, cost and manufacturability of the product. Necessary revisions and improvements are made and prototypes are produced to validate the new design.
  • Production

    The final stage is the mass production of newly designed or improved products. Appropriate methods and materials are identified for manufacturing the improved designs and the production process is initiated.