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Design, Engineering and Reverse Engineering
REVERSE ENGINEERING: Introduction – traditional relief 
Example of output 
Traditional relief Method that uses meter, gaug...
REVERSE ENGINEERING: 3D Scanning 
Relief with 3D scanner Method that employs structured light that represents the surfaces...
3D Scanning-Example 
Example of a process applied to a model of Mercedes SL (Real object reported).
Acquisition phase made with the scanner Atos Compact Scan 2M
Single scanning
Image of all the object
Final Mesh (STL) gained from the relief
Detail
Features and instrument parameters Blue Light Technology Portable measurement system Software Gom Inspect for measurement ...
Formal complexity
Shadows areas
Reproduction in scale of existent objects 
SCANNING OF EXISTING OBJECT STL  RAPID PROTOTYPING (Stereolitography, sinteri...
Dimensional control, verifications of variances. Ability to associate the scan in Rapid Fit 
Verifications of symmetry and...
Verifications deviations between CAD and real object
Structure for fixing the components in their conditions of use for the analysis of quality.
SCANNING THE EXISTING OBJECT  STL REVERSE  various 
-Relief for rebuilding damaged items (ex, mold damaged) 
-Relief fo...
There are different approaches and ways of working to “mathematize” mesh, these changes according to the purpose of the wo...
Photogrammetric Relief Method that employs metrical rooms or calibrated for the indirect measurement of points in space.
1. Real object 
2. Extraction of points 
3. Modelling
Skorpion Engineering srl – Piazza Centro Commerciale, 48 – 20090 – Segrate – Milano - www.sk-e.com- info@sk-e.com
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3D scanning and Reverse Engineering

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Through use of the GOM made ATOS Compact scanner, Skorpion offers a service of high precision dimensional reliefs and reverse engineering.

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3D scanning and Reverse Engineering

  1. 1. Design, Engineering and Reverse Engineering
  2. 2. REVERSE ENGINEERING: Introduction – traditional relief Example of output Traditional relief Method that uses meter, gauge, levels, lines, laser rangefinder and other tools for the direct measurement of distances and angles.
  3. 3. REVERSE ENGINEERING: 3D Scanning Relief with 3D scanner Method that employs structured light that represents the surfaces of the object in three- dimensional space
  4. 4. 3D Scanning-Example Example of a process applied to a model of Mercedes SL (Real object reported).
  5. 5. Acquisition phase made with the scanner Atos Compact Scan 2M
  6. 6. Single scanning
  7. 7. Image of all the object
  8. 8. Final Mesh (STL) gained from the relief
  9. 9. Detail
  10. 10. Features and instrument parameters Blue Light Technology Portable measurement system Software Gom Inspect for measurement and processing of data Turntable for acquisition of properties Volume measurement Resolution [mm] Volume of measurement [mm] Precision [mm] MV250 0.153 mm 250 x 190 x 190 0.015 mm MV500 0.309 mm 500 x 380 x 380 0.020 mm
  11. 11. Formal complexity
  12. 12. Shadows areas
  13. 13. Reproduction in scale of existent objects SCANNING OF EXISTING OBJECT STL  RAPID PROTOTYPING (Stereolitography, sintering, object, FDM)
  14. 14. Dimensional control, verifications of variances. Ability to associate the scan in Rapid Fit Verifications of symmetry and surface trends. Verifications of discrepancies between CAD and a real object (ex prototype), between objects of the same series or different batches (ex. Production of the same object with different technologies), including mold and real object.
  15. 15. Verifications deviations between CAD and real object
  16. 16. Structure for fixing the components in their conditions of use for the analysis of quality.
  17. 17. SCANNING THE EXISTING OBJECT  STL REVERSE  various -Relief for rebuilding damaged items (ex, mold damaged) -Relief for reconstruction of mathematical objects non-existing (ex, the object on which you want to start a new production or storage. -Relief for assembling parts or packaging design
  18. 18. There are different approaches and ways of working to “mathematize” mesh, these changes according to the purpose of the work and the charasteristics of the object.
  19. 19. Photogrammetric Relief Method that employs metrical rooms or calibrated for the indirect measurement of points in space.
  20. 20. 1. Real object 2. Extraction of points 3. Modelling
  21. 21. Skorpion Engineering srl – Piazza Centro Commerciale, 48 – 20090 – Segrate – Milano - www.sk-e.com- info@sk-e.com

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