Bengaluru, India

Reverse engineering is an art. It calls for a very inquisitive mind who would dive deeper and understand each and every function/ sub-function of the product being reverse engineered, and how a subassembly and the components of the product individually or in combination with the other components, are contributing to each function/ sub-function.

The process of Reverse Engineering involves the disassembly, decoding, thorough analysis of each component, carrying out detailed inspection of components and then reconstructing them virtually. The reconstructed data can be refined into a design and then used either for creating an exact replica of the original product or to make modifications and release an enhanced version of the original design.

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Reverse Engineering

Many a times, customers have very old products for which they do not have design and manufacturing data. They may now want to manufacture such a product again or add enhancements to the product and release the improved version of the product into the market. Either case they will first need all the design and manufacturing data. That is where Reverse Engineering comes into play.

Whenever customers approach iSol for Reverse Engineering a product, we study the product, understand the functions of the product, understand the principles behind the functions. We then dismantle the product and carefully study each subassembly and components thereof. This will give an insight into how the subassemblies and components contribute towards the product functions and principles. Most of the principles can be understood with thorough analysis and logical deduction, backed by iSol’s vast experience in design, engineering development and manufacturing processes.

To capture the geometry data, iSol uses a range of techniques right from using a simple caliper or a micrometer to Profile Projector to complex 3D scanning methods. iSol has a very established ecosystem for all the 3D scanning techniques like CMM, Blue/ White Light Scanners, Laser scanners and Industrial CT scanners. The data points, scanned or otherwise, are carefully selected and converted to curves or surfaces based on the geometries. Based on our understanding of the design intent of the part, these entities are combined appropriately and refined into a boundary representation of the part. It could be a set of surfaces or a solid model in CAD, from which the manufacturing drawing can be created and the part can be manufactured thereafter.

As a complete solutions provider in this domain, iSol has carried out services ranging from R&D, conceptualization, Industrial Design, Product and System Engineering, Simulation & Analysis, prototyping, manufacturing drawings and even development of products.

We have manufacturing partners who have a proven experience specifically in this domain.

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