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Product Design using Reverse Engineering course(Duration: 120 Hours)

Reverse Engineering using CAD is the process of creating a three-dimensional virtual model of an existing physical part. This process needs hardware and software: hardware such as coordinate measuring machine, laser scanner, structured light digitizer or computed tomography to measure physical objects, and software to reconstruct objects as 3D models.





The course teaches the ways to import, parse, manipulate, modify 3D data, such as point clouds and mesh and ultimately turn the data into 3D solids and surfaces. The course also equips students to analyze a product’s structure, function and operation, and the applications of 3D optical scanning, computed tomography scanning, rapid surfacing, Class ‘A’ surfacing, and digital archiving. Students are offered projects with expert guidance.


Course Structure
  • Scanning / Measuring (Using 3D scanner)
  • Importing and processing of scan data
  • Mesh processing of scanned data
  • Exporting mesh
  • Creating scans from the mesh data
  • Creating curves from the scans & editing them
  • Creating surface from curve geometry & editing them
  • 3D modeling (CATIA Surfacing)
  • Product analysis (CAE)
  • Prototyping using 3D printing (Using 3D printer)
Scope

Professionals with expertise in Reverse Engineering using CAD tools are in great demand across all product manufacturing industries, especially in aviation, marine, medical, automotive, high quality, and high precision industries.

Eligibility

Pass in any diploma course or bachelor’s degree. Suitable for engineering students.


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