We have written all these topics to help you further understand the Invention Process and what you can do to reduce mistake and keep costs low.

May 27, 2012

Working on the design too long

Don’t fall into the trap on working on the design for too long, the odds are that your designer and manufacturer would like to finish your project as quick as possible to collect their money so the option of dragging your feet will affect you and other people. Your designer will inform you that you have a limited period in which you can modify your design so be sure you know the exact direction you want to follow with the design. But i need more time People tend to make more time thinking during the concept / idea phase of the product. […]
May 27, 2012

What are the design stages for a new product

When a designer first starts a new project, he needs to be totally aware of what the final outcome needs to look like. For the designer to be able to visualise the final design he needs to get as much information from you as possible. You need to be aware of the design stages so you can understand the steps to completing your design. What information does the designer need: What material do you want to use? How much detail do you want? Strength requirements of the part or assembly? What is you cost target to purchase the parts? How many parts are you […]
February 24, 2012

Will big companies steal my idea?

So you came up with that great idea that no one else has thought of yet. What do you do with it? There are two directions you can follow: 1. You either do all the hard work yourself and get the design and manufacture, marketing and sales done. or, 2. You approach some of the big companies already out there selling similar products and try and pitch your ideas to them. No matter how great the idea there are always people failing with getting their product to market successfully and end up with a dead end product. The years and […]