Reverse engineering of a mechanical component requires a precise digital model of the objects to be reproduced. A 3D scanner can be used to digitize free-form or gradually changing shaped components as well as prismatic geometries. These data points are then processed to create a usable digital model, usually using specialized reverse engineering software’s.
Reverse engineering software delivers the solution for transforming 3D scan data and polygon meshes into accurate surfaced 3D digital models for reverse engineering, product design, rapid prototyping and analysis.
• Introduction to 3D-Scanner
• Define scanning process
• Preparing surface of the work piece for scanning
• Fixing of the work piece for scanning
• Scanning options setup (Laser width, frequency pitch, no. of points)
• Step by step scanning process
• 3D model extra points trimming
• 3D model exporting
• 3D model surface generation
• IGES, WRP, STL, ASC files of scan data
This course is designed for engineers and professionals related to mechanical, industrial, manufacturing, automotive engineering fields. Fresh engineering students and DAE are also encouraged to apply for this course.
An experienced and highly qualified professional in design and manufacturing will conduct this course.
The course will be delivered through lectures, and hands-on practice on modern CAE specific computers.
The participants will be able to design and model new parts by understanding sustainable and robust modeling techniques. They will also be able to work on design improvement and better control of existing projects and digital manufacturing.