Cost Estimator YOU ENTER INFORMATION ONLY IN THE SHADED CELLS These estimates are for the production intent version of the product AS DESIGNED not for the way you make your proto by mjs17436

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									Cost Estimator
        YOU ENTER INFORMATION ONLY IN THE SHADED CELLS.
     These estimates are for the production-intent version of the product AS DESIGNED, not for the way you make your proto
     Values for example are entered below. You enter your own values.

Catalog Components (used exactly as purchased; otherwise enter under "custom")
     Locking pin
     Clamp
     Elastic bands
     M3x16 SS button-head screw
     M3 nylok nut
     M3 SS pin
     Cup
     Rivet
     PingPong Ball
     Wiffle Ball
Total catalog component costs

Custom Components                                                           Material
    Base                                                                    Nylon
    Wheel                                                                   Aluminum
    Bumper                                                                  Rubber

Total raw material costs for custom components
Processing costs for custom components (e.g., injection molding)

Number of units (in box or package) that will fit in a shipping container (8 ft x 8 ft x 40 ft) - show calculations on third w
   freight cost

Total number of parts
     number of unique custom components
     number of unique catalog components

Labor costs (driven by number of parts)

Overhead Costs
    Custom parts
    Catalog parts




Cost Drivers (DON'T CHANGE THESE)
     Ratio of cost to single-unit retail price
     Ratio of processing cost to raw material cost for custom component
     Labor cost per part
     Overhead costs - custom parts
     Overhead costs - catalog parts
     Cost of shipping container
NOTES:
  1 You receive 70 percent of your suggested retail price. For example, if your suggested retail price is $10, you will receive $
NED, not for the way you make your prototype.

                                Small-Quantity
                               Retail Price $/unit    Qty per Unit   Component Cost
                                      0.400                1             0.132
                                      3.000                1             0.990
                                      0.002                3             0.001
                                      0.150                1             0.050
                                      0.050                1             0.017
                                      0.240                2             0.079
                                      0.390                1             0.129
                                      0.030                1             0.010
                                      0.350                1             0.116
                                      0.590                1             0.195
                                                                                         1.717

                Mass (kg)      Material Cost ($/kg)                  Raw Material Cost
                 0.2800                3.00                1              0.840
                 0.1250                4.00                1              0.500
                 0.0050               10.00                2              0.100

                                                                                         1.440
                                                                                         1.728

ft x 40 ft) - show calculations on third worksheet                        38912
                                                                                         0.206

                    17
                     3
                     8

                                                                                         0.085


                                                                                         0.150
                                                                                         0.080

                                                                      TOTAL COST          5.33
                                                                     RETAIL PRICE        14.95   <You set this.
                                                                     UNIT REVENUE        10.47   70% of your retail price
                                                                      UNIT PROFIT         5.14   Price - Cost


                   0.33
                   1.20
                  0.005       $/part
                   0.05       $/custom part #
                   0.01       $/catalog part #
                  8000        $/container
gested retail price is $10, you will receive $7. Therefore, your cost must be substantially less than $7 if you are going to make any profit.
<You set this.
70% of your retail price
Price - Cost
are going to make any profit.
Material                                              Uses/Description
Basic iron or steel
High-performance steel
Stainless steel
Aluminum
Magnesium
Copper
Brass
Titanium

PVC                                                   Only the cheapest plastic stuff, like pipes and fencing.
Polyethylene/Polypropylene/Polystyrene/PET            Most inexpensive plastic products (e.g., milk cartons)
Acrylic/PMMA (i.e. Plexiglas)                         Crystal clear plastic parts
ABS or Nylon                                          Tough, strong plastic parts
Polycarbonate (i.e. Lexan)                            Really tough, strong plastic parts; can be clear.

Printed Circuit Board materials (fiberglass/copper)   just for the raw board itself

Rubber (e.g., urethane, neoprene)

Structural wood grades - non visible
Visual wood grades

Fabric - nylon or cotton                              choose fabric weight (often expressed in oz/sq-yd) then estimate mass
Webbing/strapping/rope
              Density (kg/m^3)   Cost (USD/kg)
                    7800              1.00
                    7800              1.60
                    7800              5.00
                    2600              4.00
                    1750              6.00
                    8900             10.00
                    8500              8.00
                    4500             40.00

                     1400            1.40
                      940            2.00
                     1200            2.00
                     1150            3.00
                     1200            5.00

                     2000            20.00

                     1050            10.00

                     500             0.30
                     600             1.00

q-yd) then estimate mass             8.00
                                     8.00
Freight Calculations

A shipping container is 8 ft. x 8 ft. x 40 ft.
Total volume is                2560 cubic-feet
                                72.5 cubic meters
Packing density                 0.95

The Dimensions of the Package for your Product (use either inches or millimeters)

L                    3 inches                       Volume   0.0625 cu-ft
W                    3 inches
H                   12 inches             N in Container     38912

OR

L                 100 mm                            Volume    0.001 cu-m
W                 100 mm
H                 100 mm                  N in Container     68867

								
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