I need to have a valve body reverse engineered. It is about the size of a closed
hand. It is PFA teflon.
I would prefer non-destructive reverse engineering over destructive analysis,
although this is not a critical issue. What process is more accurate? Is one
faster or cheaper? There is a lot of internal detail so I assume it must be done
by X-ray or destruction.
Are there other accurate processes? Where can I get this done?
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