Case study: reverse engineering aids testing of automotive manifold for engine
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Automotive manifold case study
This case study from CRP Technology is an examination of a Magneti Marelli automotive manifold designed for a two-cylinder engine. CRP provided reverse engineering, which proved to be a rapid and effective tool for testing the plastic injection-moulded manifold.
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