Help With Prototyping For Inventors
If a picture is worth a thousand words,
A prototype is worth a thousand pictures
Understand when you'll need a prototype for your invention and then how to go about making yours...
Inventors may develop multiple prototypes throughout the invention process. Learn the different types of prototypes you may need and the specific use cases for each.
Prototyping is one of the most challenging, yet exciting and important steps in your invention process.
We can help you with making your prototype or finding a prototyping company in your niche that can help you design and build one.
Prototypes are three- or four-dimensional scale models of your actual invention that audiences can interact with. As one of the most important steps in the invention process, inventors should be sure their prototypes fulfill the mission they are intended for, whether its securing funding or showing a potential licensor a tangible product. We can help you with your prototype if you're not sure where to start or have questions.
Further thinking around the invention and patent process with prototyping included...
Some Thoughts On Prototyping
The value of your prototype will manifest itself several times during the invention process.
The prototype is a tool to help inventors get a patent, find funding, or ultimately license their product.
This prototype should encapsulate all of your creativity; attention to detail can never be too granular.
This is one of the most energizing and rewarding stages of the process as you're finally able to touch, see, and feel your idea - your dream - that you put so much into.
The prototype allows inventors to demonstrate how their product solves a particular problem or challenge.
At the same time, it creates a feedback loop. Patent examiners, designers, potential investors, manufacturers, and organizations you may contract a licensing deal with can all provide their input and thoughts on your idea at this stage. This leads to tweaks and improvements to the invention; rarely do inventors only need one "crude" prototype.