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What is a Do File?

Do files are program guides which help you, our client, to start or complete your side of the design process. The results and the timeline of a successful design is directly related to the amount of effort that is put into the initial design specifications. This is what you need to DO, so that we can DO, what we DO!

As our client, you need to be very skillful in setting the specification, so the final product accurately reflects what will sell in your market place. This is why we spend so much time on this site explaining how to write a specification. And, when your are doing  this planning and begin to think about investing your time and monies you will  inevitability ask yourself questions about how this relationship between us will work. Many of these questions are included here.

Acronyms and Term Abbreviations

This list helps identify the acronyms used in the fields of science and engineering and it also includes term abbreviations to make for better understanding.

Guide In Writing Specifications

A great starting point for writing specifications. Step-by-step approach and common sense methodology to defining the product. Print this out and get started.

Industry Standards

This file gives many references to industry standard across a wide variety of disciplines.  If you don't know where to look then this is a place to start. And if that's not enough - then there are links to popular search engines.

Was tun bei Rückenschmerzen fragen sich viele Betroffene. Hier finden Sie Tipps und erste Hilfe bei akuten Rückenschmerzen. Mehr zu Schmerzen im Rücken!

Industry Standard Cross References

This file list industry standard organizations, those responsible for keeping all marching in step to the same tune.

Contract for Product Development

This form provides a complete agreement between the Client and Comtech including a "Non Disclosure Agreement" and "Warranty".

Confidentiality Agreement

This form provides a Non Disclosure Agreement to protect both parties from the transfer of confidential information.


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