Reverse engineering applications for recovery of broken or worn parts and re-manufacturing: Three case studies

@article{Bagci2009ReverseEA,
  title={Reverse engineering applications for recovery of broken or worn parts and re-manufacturing: Three case studies},
  author={Eyup Bagci},
  journal={Advances in Engineering Software},
  year={2009},
  volume={40},
  pages={407-418}
}
0965-9978/$ see front matter Published by Elsevier doi:10.1016/j.advengsoft.2008.07.003 * Tel.: +90 262 679 5000. E-mail address: eyup_bagci@yahoo.com Damaged or broken parts are generally too expensive to replace, or are no longer available. RE can be defined as: ‘Systematic evaluation of a product with the purpose of replication. This involves design of a new part, copy of an existing part, recovery of a damaged or broken part, improvement of model precision and inspection of a numerical… CONTINUE READING

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