Manufacturing companies may be eligible for R&D tax credits for performing qualified research activities. For example, the following activities may be eligible for R&D tax credits:

  • Performing of technical research and/or development of second generation product advancements

  • Developing new and/or improved products, designs, equipment, and manufacturing processes

  • Development of prototypes (e.g. first-trial runs)

  • Developing enhanced tooling methodologies

  • Developing improved sustainable products and processes (alternative energy integration, substitute materials refinement, etc.)

  • Developing robotic and automated processes with high precision levels and vision capabilities.

  • Developing improved methods to rebuild and enhance mechanical and/or software systems for increased manufacturing automation output and consistency

  • Designing and/or evaluation of alternative processes aimed at enhancing cost-effectiveness and product performance.

  • Designing new and/or improved methods to recover and reuse products.

  • Designing increase efficiency batch processing (e.g. multivariate-based predictive models)

  • Designing enhanced processes to reduce waste, promote energy conservation, and lower carbon emissions.

  • Designing improved material management (such as the establishment of conditions and configuration classifications)

  • Designing enhanced manufacturing protocols to ensure compliance with governmental regulations (safety / OSHA requirements)

  • Integration of new and/or improved machinery, robotics, software management systems with existing production line (e.g. predictive header pressure controllers)​​

  • Evaluation and validation testing of experimental prototype models, new manufacturing processes, or design requirements

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