The author is deeply indebted to his parents for their inspiration and encouragement all these years. He expresses his whole-hearted appreciation to his wife for her support throughout the course of writing this book. His son and daughter have also been invaluable advisors and proofreaders for the book. His family provides him with both spiritual and professional support and deserves a lot of credit for the completion of this book.
The author is grateful for the support of Charlie Yongpravat for his preparation of several figures and plots, Dr. Indu M. Anand and Robert J. Sayre for their advice on subjects relating to patent and copyright laws, and James G. Serdy of the MIT Laboratory for Manufacturing and Productivity for his advice on three-dimensional including aerospace, automotive, consumer electronics, medical device, sports equipment, toy, and jewelry. It is also applied in forensic science and accident investigations.
The author also thanks Innovmetric, Capture 3D, 3DScanCo/GKS Global Services, ReliaSoft, SEMTech Solutions, Advanced Heat Treat, Metallurgical Technologies, and Dissemination of IT for the Promotion of Materials Science (DoITPoMS) for the photos, images, micrographs, and information they provided, as well as Howard W. Ferris and the Automotive Technology Center at Massachusetts Bay Community College for their support. Roger Oldfield and Jarek Adamowski also kindly granted their copyrighted photo or micrograph for this book.
Additionally, several photographs in this book were taken at Instron Corporation in Norwood, Massachusetts; the New England Air Museum in Windsor Locks, Connecticut; the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington; the MTUMuseum of MTU Aero Engines in Munich, Germany; the Department of Plastics Engineering of the University of Massachusetts–Lowell in Lowell.
Massachusetts; laboratories at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts; and the Bingham Canyon Mine Visitors Center of Kennecott Utah Copper in Bingham Canyon, Utah. This book is dedicated to Shie-Chih Wong, Yung Tsung Tung Wong, TsaiHui Chang, Andrew F. Wang, and Eileen F. Wang. Reverse engineering (RE) is a process of measuring, analyzing, and testing to reconstruct the mirror image of an object or retrieve a past event. It is a technology of reinvention, a road map leading to reconstruction and reproduction.
It is also the art of applied science for preservation of the design intent of the original part. Reverse engineering can be applied to re-create either the high-value commercial parts for business profits or the valueless legacy parts for historical restoration. To accomplish this task, the engineer needs an understanding of the functionality of the original part and the skills to replicate its characteristic details.
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