Getting Your Prototype Made Quick and Easy

Broadword Publishing
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Getting a prototype made is much easier today. With rapid prototyping methods, 3D printers, and CNC machines, just about anything that can be displayed on a computer screen can be made into something real.

This guidebook takes you through the true methods to create your prototype. Based on 24 years of experience, the easy to read guidebook takes you through the important step-by-step procedures.

 You'll discover:

 * Step-by-Step Process – The step-by-step procedures to get a prototype designed and produced.

 * Free and Low-Cost Resources – Where to get a prototype made, how to work with prototype makers, how to avoid the pitfalls many inventors make, and how to save money in the process.

 * Working with a Prototype Maker – The steps an engineer takes to produce a prototype and what you need to know to work with them to get the job done right.

 * Rapid Prototyping – How to take advantage of rapid prototyping technologies (3D Printers, SLA, SLS, FDM, LOM).

 * Prototype Design – How to determine the best design that's right for you and for your future customers.

 * Demonstration – How to demonstrate your prototype for the best impact to get a deal with companies, investors, or partners.

 * Feedback – How to get free feedback on your prototype to improve the marketability of your invention.

 * And more.

The material is clear and concise. There's no fluff. I understand your time is valuable and you want to get to the meat of the issues quick and easy.

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About the author


Matthew Yubas is a Certified Professional Marketing Consultant. He has developed products for over 24 years as an Engineer, Product Manager, and Consultant for startups, small business, and Fortune 500 companies.

He has helped clients in a diverse number of industries that include art, auto accessories, clothing, housewares , medical products, photography equipment, software applications, sporting goods, and wireless devices.

Matthew is the author of several articles, books, ebooks, and kits, which has been used by inventors, entrepreneurs, colleges, government agencies, and others in 25 countries.

He has been featured on television and radio and has been tapped for his expertise in bringing products to market.

Matthew earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Pennsylvania Spring Garden College in Philadelphia, an M.B.A. in Management from San Diego State University, and certification in Educational Instructional Technology from Texas Tech University.
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Publisher
Broadword Publishing
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Published on
Mar 25, 2017
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Pages
30
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Language
English
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Genres
Technology & Engineering / Inventions
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This content is DRM protected.
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