CAD design

Invention or prototype design services can be found online and can help an inventor through their inventions design phase. In order to submit a patent an inventor must include all the information that will help clearly communicate the inventions design and functionality. Patent drawings are one of these requirements of the patent submission and can be performed by a CAD design service. If Your unfamiliar with what CAD is exactly, it’s the acronym for Computer Aided Design or Computer Aided Drafting.

CAD Invention Designers

If Your unfamiliar with what CAD is exactly, it’s the acronym for Computer Aided Design or Computer Aided Drafting. CAD is a very versatile software program that allows a wide array of different goals for the inventor to be accomplished. It is used in the design industry for things such as architecture, mechanical, civil, electrical, and other types of technical drawing and manufacturing. More than just providing patent drawings CAD can produce 3D models. These 3D models can be read from manufacturing machines, and allow them to fully operate from the information within the CAD files. Another very important task CAD files can execute for an inventor is producing a prototype design.

Prototype Services

Try to find a prototype design service that can not not only design your prototype, but also create it. Normally one of these online companies will provide discounted pricing for receiving more than one service. Rapid prototypes are created by something known as a 3D printer. This is how prototypes are created and is the process most commonly used. The machine works by using a process of layering one layer upon another until it is formed. Prototypes can be made for less than most inventors might expect. The prototype will allow an Inventor to fully demonstrate the look, purpose, and feeling throughout the pitch of an idea. Once the prototype has been fully evaluated, updated, and ready for production, an Injection Mold can be created.

Injection Molds

Injection molds are formed and used in manufacturing to produce limitless copies of a design for mass production. The price per unit is dramatically reduced compared to having a rapid prototype made, and allow a company to produce substantial revenue. Most inventors need not worry about the injection mold process unless he or she is up to the task of taking their product to market themselves.

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