M-45 Gas Mask
Developed with the U.S. Government
Before entering into an agreement with a client, if a patent or provisional patent has not been applied for, the client and RC Product Development & Engineering should sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). This protects the client’s intellectual property while the product is in its developmental phases.
Upon disclosure of the concept to RC Product Development & Engineering, RC will evaluate the project and submit the cost for Phase I to the customer for acceptance approval.
Bottle Cap Unscrewing Device
There are four phases in the development of a product from sketches or drawings to being a manufactured entity. RC Product Development & Engineering has extensive experience in each of these phases of development and upon request will assist as consultants on each phase of the development.
Manual Water Sprinking Valve
Developed for Sadi Arabia.
Phase I - Conceptual Design Discussion.
The conceptional design discussion is the first phase of the product development process and provides time for the company to meet with the inventor and discuss the details relating to the product. Sketches are usually utilized to entail the product appearance, size, functionality and workmanship of the product.
Phase II - Formaized 2D/3D prints
2D or 3D Prints are drawn that provide a good visual presentation of what the product will actuall look like when formally drawn . These drawings are utilized for product discussion, modifications or conceptual changes..
Pnext III - 3D Prototypes or models
Once the 3D drawings are reviewed and approved, a three dimensional product can be generated/made from the print that will provide the inventor with an actual model of his/her invention. This model can be used for " Show and Tell" presentations in some products..
Phase IV - Product Manufacturing Cost
RC Product Development & Engineering offers its services in assisting the inventor with establishing the products manufacturing cost and establihing quality specifications.