It Matters to Us Too
RMFI engineers bring years of sheet metal fabricating experience to bear on even the most complex problems. With the ability to anticipate and resolve manufacturing challenges even before the process is begun, we ensure the development of products that can be manufactured easily and cost-effectively.
At RMFI, we pride ourselves in accurate documentation. When we accept an order, we have reviewed your print, notes and solid model for all features and requirements and have produced a quote that will meet the details of your design.
If that requirement changes … no problem.
We’ll give you a detailed quote for what it takes to finish the part to the new revision. Any rework, remake or re-start will be factored into cost and lead time. We will do our best to make the impact to cost and lead time as small as possible.
We can work with you to develop a set of prints for your product.
We have in-house CAD and design capability that will take your concept and turn it into a manufacturable, cost-effective product.
Design requirements, sketches, dimensions, tolerances, materials, finish, hardware.
Use the “Punch List” available on our web site to select standard punch shapes. Using available punch tooling can save lead time and the expense of tooling costs.
Even before production, RMFI is there to improve the product and the process
During the product development cycle, RMFI collaborates with customers from product design to prototyping to volume manufacturing.
During the initial phases of development, RMFI’s engineering personnel serve as a resource to our client’s design staffs which is especially critical to our clients who downsized their own product development operations.
By providing design and engineering services to our clients, we can help to improve their speed to market.
Our value engineering capability can lower your cost
Our expertise can also help OEMs improve the many functionality of their legacy products. Using a process known as value engineering, our team evaluates a customer’s product looking for ways to reduce manufacturing costs and to simplify assembly (DFMA). Value engineering delivers parts at a lower cost that are easier to assemble.
Real-time information keeps you up-to-date on the status of your order at all times
The processes used for sheet metal fabrication have changed dramatically in the last few years. Customer specifications can now be sent electronically, and the latest equipment using digital scanners and lasers speeds up production.
Throughout the manufacturing process, from quoting to final product delivery, our process is fully-automated with bar-coded scanners to give you real time information on your parts should you need to expedite and to insure your parts are delivered on time.
Or request a quote on the right if you think you're ready with all the details needed to quote your job. If we have questions, we'll call you.