3D Scanning is increasingly being used by engineers to speed up decision making when planning factory layouts. During design and development, 3D scanning reverse engineering involves capturing information about existing physical environments and recreating them digitally in a virtual environment. Dimensionally, the process is highly accurate.
Reverse engineering is used to scan a physical environment when no drawings or CAD data exist, or when as built drawings are outdated. Scanning allows our engineers to have confidence in the as built environment allowing us to compress our timelines on projects.