How to Prototype Your Ideas Quick and Easy
You may be asking what's the best way to get your prototype made.
With rapid prototyping methods such as 3D printing, just about anything that can be displayed on a computer screen can be made into something real.
While 3D printing is all the rage today, there are other methods that might be more appropriate. There is Computer Numerical Control (CNC), Stereolithography Apparatus (SLA), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM), and others. In the eBook, Getting Your Prototype Made Quick and Easy, there are details of each of these methods.
Why a Prototype
Prototypes are used as a proof of concept, getting feedback, test for marketability, and for attracting companies and investors. Having a finished prototype puts you above the rest who just have an idea.
Keep in mind why you are building a prototype. Yes you want to turn your idea into a physical reality. That's the fun part. Then you need a plan to get feedback to refine and make your invention better. While many inventors tend to find getting feedback difficult, you'll see the simple steps to take in the eBook.
I see too many inventors have problems working with prototype makers. The problem begins with not clarifying what you want. The design is a combination of your own ideas and from the feedback you received. Good prototype makers are engineers (I worked as an engineer myself) and they will build what you specify. If you specify the wrong things, you will not be happy with your prototype. In the eBook you'll see the steps to work with a prototype maker.
Getting Your Prototype Made Quick and Easy
To learn the step-by-step process to getting a prototype made, you'll find the answers in my ebook Getting a Prototype Made Quick and Easy.
This eBook takes you through the true methods to create your prototype. Based on over 24 years of experience, the easy to read guidebook takes you through the important step-by-step procedures.
In this eBook you'll learn:
- Prototype Process - The step-by-step procedures to get a prototype designed and produced.
- Free and Low-Cost Resources - Where to get a prototype made, how to work with prototype makers, how to avoid the pitfalls many inventors make, and how to save money in the process.
- Working with a Prototype Maker - The steps an engineer takes to produce a prototype and what you need to know to work with them to get the job done right.
- Prototyping Technologies - How to take advantage of prototyping technologies such as 3D printing, SLA, SLS, FDM, and LOM.
- Prototype Design - How to determine the best design that's right for you and for your future customers.
- Demonstration - How to demonstrate your prototype for the best impact to get a deal with companies, investors, or partners.
- Feedback - How to get free feedback on your prototype to improve the marketability of your invention.
The material is clear and concise. There's no fluff. I understand your time is valuable and you want to get to the meat of the issues quick and easy.
Pages: 29, Format: Adobe PDF, Size: 8 1/2 x 11 inches.
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