Reverse engineering (RE) is the process of discovering the technological principles of a device or object through analysis of its structure, function and operation. It often involves taking something (e.g. a mechanical device) apart and analyzing its workings in detail, usually to try to make a new device that does the same thing without copying anything from the original.
As computer-aided design has become more popular, reverse engineering has become a viable method to create a 3D virtual model of an existing physical part for use in 3D CAD, CAM, and other software. The reverse engineering process involves measuring an object and then reconstructing it as a 3D model. The measured data alone, usually represented as a point cloud, lacks topological information and is therefore often processed and modeled into a more usable format such as a triangular faced mesh, a set of NURBS surfaces or a CAD model. Applications like Imageware, PolyWorks, Rapidform or Geomagic are used to process the point clouds themselves into formats usable in other applications such as 3D CAD, CAM, or visualization.
The Engineering & Design center at Trimurti CAD CAM designs & delivers end-to-end solutions that help the manufacturing industry by supporting the complete Product Development Cycle at various stages from Concept Design through Product Engineering, Design Validation, Tool Design to Manufacturing.
Die Designing & manufacturing
Offering a variety of Tool & Die options to meet customer’s needs. The creative and innovative abilities of our design engineer team, along with the determination to achieve the finest quality from our experienced toolmakers, has allowed CEI to take on the toughest Tool & Die challenges and produce parts that meet customer requirements for performance and quality.
- Time bound delivery schedules
- Our rich expertise aids in reducing tool cost Ease of manufacturing is considered during
- Designs developed to suit best of for your in-house capabilities
Jigs & Fixtures Manufacturing
All designers are journeyman tool makers. This gives them a better understanding of what makes a good tool in both quality of construction and ease of manufacturing. They design so that our manufacturing process is simplified (Design For Build). This produces less expensive tooling cost to build and to maintain.