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The hybrid manufacturing process which integrates additive manufacturing with subtractive machining is competitive and promising in component repair. To automate this process, detecting the missing volume and generating the deposition tracks is the key. In this study, strategies for repairing defects on flat and non-flat surfaces were investigated. A cost-effective reverse engineering tool was utilized to reconstruct STL models of damaged objects. Point data of the fracture surface on flatdoi:10.26153/tsw/16911 fatcat:srd6i5mpxbdrvctztg6gpzkvii