“During the digitizing process, physical data can be used to compare the digital information to an existing model,” said Braxton Carter, chief technology officer, ReverseEngineering.com. “Because of this unique OEM integration to the SolidWorks interface, engineers are more productive right out of the box and experience a complete harmony between the movement of the CMM, the mouse and SolidWorks.”
ReSpect supports devices such as Faro, Romer, MicroScribe and 3D Creator. Demonstrations can be seen at the WESTEC 2009 Exposition, Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California March 30 through April 2, 2009 in Booth #3479.
ReverseEngineering.com develops and markets plug-n-play software tool sets that accurately, quickly, and easily import raw digitized data from portable and traditional CMMs, laser trackers, and laser scanners into CAD/CAM systems as easily modifiable parametric sketches. Providing what is essentially a universal front end for reverse engineering, we have eliminated the data translation issues usually associated with reverse engineering and related applications. Taking a modular approach, we provide more than 500 CAD/CAM integrated tool sets addressing any need, from entry-level to the most sophisticated CAD applications.