Remanufacturing Bootcamp: Reverse Engineering & Design for Remanufacturing

Join the nation’s leading reman experts at RIT and the REMADE Institute in collaboration with Empire State Development for the Remanufacturing Virtual Bootcamp on July 22, July 29, and July 30, 2020.

The five-part short course series is designed for manufacturers new to the reman industry, skilled engineers and technicians, and veteran remanufacturers looking for a deeper, technical dive. The multi-day series will offer insights to advance your capabilities in remanufacturing, as well as a comprehensive dive into the technological advancements delivering widespread benefits to businesses that depend on remanufacturing.


This remanufacturing workshop will build on the principles spotlighted in the Introduction to Remanufacturing short course. Topics covered will provide an overview and training on additive repair technologies, reverse engineering, and design for remanufacturing. Discussions focus on how each technology areas fits within the remanufacturing process and why it is critical to successful remanufacturing. This short course is for new engineers and skilled technicians in the remanufacturing and end-of-life reuse industry. Attendees can participate in a live Q&A session with subject matter experts.

Participants will learn more about:

Reverse engineering and design for remanufacturing including:

  • Reverse engineering: functional, dimensional, and material considerations

  • Integrating design into your product development process

  • Three Design principles: create, preserve, recover value

  • Remanufacturing design framework

*This workshop replay is available exclusively for active Members of the Institute through the Member Portal. If you are interested in learning more about member benefits or becoming part of our consortium, please visit the membership page.


July 30
- 2:30


Members Only

To register for this event you must be a REMADE member. If you are already a member,