With Revware products, you can design cutting-edge jet engine parts, cellular phone components, or capture one-of-a-kind prototypes into detailed CAD models.
Iterative design is an approach of incrementally developing and refining a design based on feedback and evaluation. The iterative design methodology implements a cyclic process of prototyping, testing, analyzing, and refining a product or process. Based on the results of testing the most recent iteration of a design, changes and refinements are then made, greatly improving the quality and functionality of a design.
Interaction with the designed system is key to evolving a project, as successive iterations of a design are implemented. Iterative design can apply to a learning experience, the creation of media, or the development of learning systems.
In order to remain competitive in today’s global market, companies must manage design projects quickly. Rapid prototyping/3D printing allows the iterative design cycle to happen in real-time. Engineers can design, 3D print, analyze and test a part or product without the time and cost having part iterations manufactured. Revware products help engineers easily execute a process of creating or modelling an existing object to digitized design to 3D printed output to re-modelling.
Reverse engineering is the study of an object’s construction to understand its design intent, and to reconstruct and improve the object’s design. Revware has several solutions to assist in the capture of industry parts which are out of production or are missing the original design documentation, in order to rebuild, reproduce, and improve upon the design intent. Revware’s own RevWorks operates within the SOLIDWORKS environment and provides a link between digitizer and CAD program.
Some of the most recognizable names in Engineering use Revware products: