What is Prototyping?
Prototyping is simply taking the design from the virtual, imaginary realm into the physical world.
What does it cost to have a prototype developed?
Since we charge by the hour during the development of your prototype, you will want to keep your “Creative Idea” Simple.
In addition, build the one basic feature that you want people to identify with your product.
Lastly, lets do it quickly to get back early feedback and get your product on the market.
How long does it take to produce a prototype?
Prototyping can take anywhere from 1-3 weeks to create a first draft depending on materials provided.
Obtaining a real, functional prototype is the fastest and sometimes the only way to sell your invention to buyers.
If I decide to have a prototype developed, what is the process?
The first step to develop your “Creative Idea” is to set up an appointment.
Once the “Creative Idea” is in your head, now its time to get it onto paper.
If you have already put your creative idea on paper and need help with the design then send us your sketches, blueprints, or sample and we will assist you along the way.
Once a design has been achieved then we will begin the process of selecting materials.
After receiving the materials, the second step is to produce a first sample.
Thirdly, we will set up a meeting to discuss the first sample and make any alterations needed to begin a second sample if necessary.
In conclusion, we will repeat the process until you are happy with the final product.
How do I go about selecting materials?
After our initial meeting, we will know what type of materials to start looking for.
We will help you find the materials at a lower cost through a wholesale distributor and provide this information to you.
What are the advantages of using you for my prototyping?
First, will we help you develop your “Creative Idea.”
Second, we will help you find wholesale suppliers to cut your material costs down.
Third, we will develop a prototype for you to take to a test market.
Next, after you’ve launched your product, we’ll work with you for future changes as you refine the product going forward.
Lastly, we will manufacture your product in small and large production runs.
As a result – You will have a Quality Made Finished Product! And we strive to produce High Quality Work!
Transforming the “Creative Idea” into a “Final Product” is a process of thinking through the issues and adaptions, compromises, and defining all the specifics, like how its made, exact materials etc.
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