Reading, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/14/2015 -- When a new product hits the market, many try to replicate it and add improvements to its design. One of the greatest troubles a company has when basing their model on an existing item is figuring out the placement and function of every piece. Providing businesses with viable workaround options, Hydrojet, Inc. has announced they are now offering reverse engineering services.
The company, a leader in composite machining, uses the latest CATIA software to reverse engineer any mechanical part brought to them. Their technicians will digitize the piece and break its parts into geometrical designs. Once broken down, they will study each image to determine its exact purpose and report back to the client. Afterward, the customer can return with plans for their version of the item for Hydrojet, Inc., to manufacture.
With over 25 years of experience machining composites, their skilled technicians make use of their state of the art 40,000 sq. ft. facility to masterfully craft a variety of products. Once the client is ready to proceed with the initial production, using a 5-axis waterjet with an articulated wrist, they will fabricate a test cut to ensure the customer is fully satisfied with the finished product. If any changes need to be made, the technicians can alter the CAD design and quickly produce another piece.
Once the client approves of the test cut, Hydrojet, Inc. offers a quick turnaround as their facility runs 24/7. Clients will always have a stock of their product waiting without having to worry about excess parts as the company uses a JIT inventory system. Ensuring they never miss a shipment, their production system is computerized.
Having worked with prestigious names, such as Lockheed Martin, clients can trust Hydrojet, Inc. to provide top quality results at cost-effective rates. Those interested in their reverse engineering services can contact their team by visiting their website.
About Hydrojet, Inc.
Hydrojet, Inc. has become a strong leader in the waterjet cutting and precision machining industry. Their main goals are to provide clients with the utmost precise and excellent service that has made their business a success to this day. The state of the art facility that withholds all of their most advanced equipment and technology is located northwest of Philadelphia. This is where the professionals at Hydrojet are dedicated to offering the best most accurate products that surpass all expectations.
For more information, visit http://www.hydrojet.com/