Prototype a Product ..What You Need To Know !

When it comes to prototyping your vision, it’s important to understand the process and educate yourself to save money and frustration.  Prototyping is usually the longest process in developing a product for market, so it is important to be realistic with your expectations and to understand the process. If this is your first time creating a prototype, consider these tips below. Where To Start – Unless your a CAD expert or...

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What is a Production Prototype?

If you are reading this post, you probably understand the basics of prototyping early in the product development lifecycle. In past posts on prototyping, we have discussed the Proof-of-Concept Prototype and the Design Prototype (also referred to as the Form/Fit/Function Prototype) as the first two phases of prototypes in world-class product development. Let’s define these two prototypes again as a refresher: Proof-of-Concept...

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Form, Fit, and Function Prototype

The last prototyping post titled Why a Proof-of-Concept Prototype? reviewed the reasons for designing, fabricating, and testing a Proof-of-Concept Prototype of your innovative product idea. If you followed this advice, you now have shown that your concept functions properly and there is a feasible technical path to develop your product. With this accomplished, what should you do next? Leardon Solutions designs, engineers, prototypes,...

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Why a Proof-of-Concept Prototype?

You have a great product idea.  What should you do next? If you are an inventor or an entrepreneur, you have probably come up with some great product ideas. When these ideas were conceived, you probably envisioned the thousands of people who would buy the revolutionary product. Your second thought might have been to ask yourself “What do I do now to take this idea to the next step?” Endotracheal Tube Translation Prototype by Leardon...

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