There are two general modes of engineering: forward and reverse. Forward engineering is the typical process whereby a product moves from an abstract idea to a physical object. This can involve many processes depending on the final product, including drawing approvals, material selection, and choosing a cost-effective production method. Ideally, documentation is organized and protected at every step of the way.
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Outdoor Product Manufacturing Case Study
Getting Started: Improved Quality and Add Capacity
RSP connected with ShredLife, Inc, in November 2018 to manufacture the company’s primary product, ShredLights. Designed for the skateboarding community, the lights are super bright and very durable. Their prior contract manufacturer was struggling with quality control and capacity issues. Read more “How RSP Helped ShredLights Improve the Skateboard Light”
Pressure Sensors, Temperature & Humidity Sensors, Motion Sensors, Flow Sensors
As a product designer or inventor, you’re likely thinking about ways your product can better respond to the world around it or to the person who operates it. Sensors are one way for your product to do that. But what is a sensor? Read more “Smart Sensors & Different Types of Sensors”
What We Do To Ensure High Quality All The Time
RSP utilizes testing equipment to qualify the products we manufacture during design and production. Read on to learn more about some of the equipment we use to ensure our customers’ products work for the environment they will be used in.
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Assistance From Design to Fulfillment
RSP can assist our clients in every area of the product development cycle from design and engineering to prototyping to pre-production ramp-up, production, logistics and transportation, warehousing and order fulfillment. Let’s take a deeper dive into what each of these areas means and how RSP can help.
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