Rapid PrototypingWhy go to 3 or 4 different companies to have one Invention Designed When You can have it done by One Invention & Prototype Design Service? Our Professional Invention and Prototype Designers can take your Invention from Concept to Creation. From the very start of the Conceptual Design, to the Patent Drawings and Patent Blueprints. Moving further ahead to the CAD 3D Modeling process and into the Prototypes Production Our CAD Designers can assist You all the way. When You use more than one service to provide your Invention and Prototype needs You risk the Confidentiality of your Inventions Design.
Injection Molds are the solution for the Inventor who needs to create several thousand or more pieces instead of just a few. Injection Molding allows the component to be produced at an extremely affordable rate once the initial Injection Mold is created.
So what is a concept invention design? A concept design, also known as a conceptual design is the starting point for any Invention, and is more or less just an idea that may be proposed by simple sketches on paper. Going from concept to completion is another story though, and takes a lot more than just ideas to make happen. Once theconcept design is established, engineering, design, and a large amount of skill go into actually having a prototype made. It's alot more than most people might think of before they take the challenge of becoming an Inventor.
So what exactly is a Rapid Prototype? Well a Rapid Prototype is a physical model created from a machine that makes one part at a time. I know it sounds expensive but in most situations the Inventor won't spend over five hundred dollars on a rapid prototype, and they can be created within a day. As soon as the CAD file is complete the prototype machines can go to work and produce a part that matches the Inventions design perfectly. This will allow the Invention to be reviewed thoroughly before investing in an Injection Mold. For the majority of Inventors this is the end of the road for Invention Design investments. The prototype is sufficient for demonstrating functionality of the Invention, and is used for snagging potential investors.