The state-of-the-art QCT Inspecta 2600 Manual Measuring Arm gives us the power to create exact electronic drawings of your 2D parts or components. Your drawings can be used for immediate production of the components or stored for future reference when spares are required. It also has a role to play in the inspection of parts, to ensure tight tolerances are met.
The arm can be used when reverse engineering parts, comparing the cut component to your original design for stringent quality control. Either way, your reverse engineering requirements will be successfully met by the meticulous specialists at SSC Laser Cutting.
Reverse Engineering of Specialist Components
Throughout the various industries that depend on precision engineering, the loss of component designs is an issue that can impact many businesses. In the absence of an exact design, it can make it impossible to craft replacement parts or components in the event of machinery breaking down. An inability to function is something that no business can tolerate, as every hour lost is going to hurt your bottom line.
SSC Laser Cutting understands just how important it can be to have a contingency plan, given the millions invested in our own facilities, equipment and staff. This is why we provide a service to reverse engineer 2D components and create flawless designs that will allow for the exact production of your parts or components. This can be for replacements or for physical prototypes that you provide us.
Understanding the Process
Reverse engineering is one of the most commonly requested areas from our QCT Inspecta 2600 Manual Measuring Arm service. Being able to call upon a specialist who has the physical machinery and technical expertise to accurately reverse engineer complex parts is incredibly tough. SSC has invested in those areas to help clients with whatever needs might arise.
Using our highly advanced QCT Inpecta Arm, it is possible to turn flat components or parts into DXF or DWG files within mere seconds. The ability to reverse engineer with such precision and speed is only possible when you work with a market-leader like SSC.
Using the QCT Inspecta 2600 Manual Measuring Arm for Inspection
SSC Laser Cutting also specialises in performing inspections of specialised parts and components. Given their specific designs, it is critical that regular inspections are performed to ensure that your equipment functions to its maximum efficiency. SSC’s laser QCT Arm will make that happen.
The process is one that will work by comparing laser-cut parts with original DXF, DWG , IGES or STEP files to scan for wear or damage. Ahead of an inspection, it will be possible for us to recreate the original designs, as accurately as possible, to allow for quality control.
Just one faulty part can halt the critical machinery on which your business depends. SSC Laser Cutting can help your business minimise or even avoid downtime.