RE works well in:

  • Design, by adapting a structure to a mating surface and to compress the time-to-market cycles.
  • Development, by rapid prototyping and prototype testing, for ergonomic, flow testing, or other evaluations.
  • Tool making, by reducing the time required to develop tooling and improve tool accuracy.
  • Repair, by creating new parts from old, fractured, or worn originals.
  • Fabrication, by creating elements of materialhandling systems or other processes.
  • Manufacturing, by developing one-off pieces of equipment or structures.