Reverse Engineering in Manufacturing Mechanical Spare Parts
Reverse engineering is a common and acceptable practice in the branch of the mechanical design and manufacturing based industry. It is a vital technique in the spare parts and product design cycle. The original manufacturer of a product no longer produces a product. Reverse engineering has become a practical method in case the original supplier is unable or unwilling to provide additional parts. Unavailability of a simple less expensive spare part may keep the whole production line inoperable. Shortages of spare parts can result in lost production (idle manpower and inoperable machine or lost capacity), a delay in completion date (may have cost penalty for late completion of any scheduled products), present profit loss (may have loss of sales in the current market since no production) and future profit loss (goodwill erosion). This PetroDeep training course introduces participants to the use of modern Computer-Aided Design (CAD) techniques in generation of 3D digital models from physical objects. Topics include contact and non-contact data acquisition techniques, data type and exchange formats, and advanced solid modeling visualization and surfacing techniques. The training course is intended to familiarize engineers, technicians and operators with the guidelines and best practices employed in utilizing reverse engineering, a three-dimensional product or model to quickly captured in digital form, re-modeled, and exported for rapid prototyping/tooling or rapid manufacturing.
|LP015||Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt||4000||January 13, 2019 – January 17, 2019|
|LP015||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||5500||March 17, 2019 – March 21, 2019|
|LP015||Abu Dhabi, U.A.E||4500||July 21, 2019 – July 25, 2019|