Reverse engineering is the process of disassembling a piece of equipment or a production component to figure out two things: how it is made and how it works. This can be useful in several ways:
- Perhaps you have an existing component but the original technical drawings are no longer available. Reverse engineering makes it possible to recreate these drawings with an extremely high level of accuracy.
- Or, maybe the company that previously manufactured a production component for you is no longer in business and you need to find a new company to create specs or produce the piece. Reverse engineering provides a viable solution.
- Finally, you may be seeking a more streamlined approach to your existing processes. With reverse engineering, we can often pinpoint modifications that pave the way for improved performance, increased efficiency and reduced costs.
When you choose to partner with Titan Metal Worx, we will guide you through the entire reverse engineering process. From concept to prototype to finished product, we’ll help you identify and achieve your project-specific goals.
Along the way, we will ask lots of questions. This is important, as it helps us understand the finer details of your production process. In turn, we will be able to reverse engineer a product that meets – or exceeds – your goals.
“We want to know what a part is bolting to and I want to understand the tolerances of the part,” engineering manager for Titan Metal Worx says. “That’s how we know we're making a good part -- we ask the right questions."
Titan’s engineering team has 45 years of combined experience in multiple industries and specialties, making us uniquely qualified to handle this task.
Titan has both FARO Gage-Plus and FARO Edge arms onsite, equipment that provides extremely accurate and consistent measurements while meeting or exceeding industry standards. This equipment is extremely useful throughout the reverse engineering process, and it allows us to check tolerances on any part we create in our facility.
Titan is able to reverse engineer a wide range of production components, electrical parts, electrical wires and custom harnesses – and we are always looking for ways to improve efficiency and reduce costs. A lot of times, our skilled engineers can recommend design modifications that save both time and money. We also place an emphasis on Design for Manufacturing (DFM), which means strive to create designs allow for manufacturing with ease.
Do you have a project you would like to discuss? We invite you to reach out to us at 260.422.4433 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to setting the wheels in motion!