Advantages of Combined Engineering and Manufacturing Services To Take Your Project to Fruition

Advantages of Combined Engineering and Manufacturing Services To Take Your Project to Fruition

Your new project isn’t just some piece of machinery. It’s the culmination of sometimes years of consideration about a product or equipment that consumers or businesses truly need, but  having a million dollar idea does little for you if you don’t have a tangible product to sell. That’s where RJ Manufacturing comes in.

Fewer cooks in the kitchen

They do say that the more people you have on a project, the more chance of mistakes being made. When you have too many people from more than one company collaborating on a project, it can be a breeding ground for miscommunication and costly errors. When you hire us to bring your project into being, we can keep everything under one roof, including engineering, manufacturing, and anything in between.

We work with you regardless of the stage of your project.

If you go to a manufacturing company that doesn’t have in-house engineers, they aren’t going to be able to help you refine your product. You’ll have to go to them with complete blueprints and instructions so that it is created exactly the way you need. While these craftsmen are no less trained than our machinists, the fact that the company doesn’t offer engineers to watch over the process means that mistakes aren’t caught as soon and could be more expensive to correct.

On the other hand, we offer combined engineering and manufacturing services to all of our clients. If you have an idea with nothing more than a sketch, the manufacturing companies will tell you to stop wasting their time. But if you come to us with that sketch, we will run with it to help you realize your dream. Our engineers can work with you through every step of the process to make sure that the end product is exactly what you envisioned.

Able to catch problems and correct them faster

When you have engineers watching every step of the manufacturing process for your product, the small issues that are bound to come up will be caught much faster than if you are working with a manufacturing firm alone. Every project tends to have at least one or two design flaws that aren’t found until manufacturing starts. But with in-house engineers, the damage is minimal and may not affect the completion date at all.

If you are looking for the best manufacturing and engineering matchup for your project, contact us today to learn how we can help.