Reverse engineering, also called back engineering, is the process by which an object or part is deconstructed to reveal its design and architecture so it can then be reproduced using normal fabrication methods.
Over the decades, manufacturers have produced millions of machine parts that sooner or later tend to break down. When the part malfunctions, you want to replace the component, not the whole device. Unfortunately, many older parts are no longer available. Reverse engineering makes replacing these parts possible.
RJM operates a complete reverse engineering department so that replacement parts can be recreated. We assist in designing the duplicate part then use our metal fabrication facilities to manufacture the part.