Reynolds Polymer Technology, Inc.

Reynolds Polymer Technology, Inc.

Design & Engineering

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Reynolds Polymer Technology, Inc. (RPT) constantly pushes the limits in acrylic design. We are often brought a crude sketch of someone’s elaborate idea, and it is up to us to make that sketch a reality.

Our unrivaled Design and Engineering staff combines our competencies with those of contractors, architects, and designers to discuss the capabilities of acrylics. In fact, we set the standards for what can and cannot be done with acrylic, making us the leader in acrylic design. People come to us when our competitors say your ideas are “impossible.”

“Value Engineering”
Through a collaborative process we call “Value Engineering,” we can make your idea become a reality and still fit within the intended budget. We can do this while retaining the look and feel of the initial design. In the design phase, our engineers work closely with the designers and help create solutions to any potential roadblocks including: budgetary restraints, time constraints, installation or construction problems, or city ordinances.

“Dream phase”
Clients come to us with a dream. We take that dream and make it a reality. They bring these dreams to us on napkins, as artist renderings, and sometimes as detailed drawings. This is when we like to be involved. By working closely with the client, we can help shape those dreams and become educators of our abilities.

It’s then up to us to determine three things:

“Design phase”
Once the project gets green-lighted, we work on the design. Our engineers create 3D virtual and scalable models of the project and determine the best and most efficient way to build it. Installation is another challenge to tackle, so this phase is an integral part of the design process.

“Draw phase”
Once the design is complete, the engineers create the final, computer-aided design (CAD) drawing. This drawing is used by everyone involved in bringing the project together seamlessly. These drawings contain the minute details that the factory must adhere to when creating the finished product.