Reverse engineering toolbox

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2011-08

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Head, Todd Connell

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A reverse engineering toolbox containing measurement and disassembly tools needed to reverse engineer products in a high school engineering classroom would be helpful to many high school teachers. This study investigates and delineates the possibilities for such a toolbox in order to reverse engineer products in specific product domains. The study finds that certain tools are very useful for a wide variety of products; however, certain products require more specialized equipment not included in the toolbox. Recommendations are provided for generic and specialized equipment across product domains. This information will be helpful to high school teachers setting up reverse engineering projects and are deciding which tools and equipment are needed for the project.

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