Invention Prototypes and Inventions Ideas Explained

Seattle, Washington (PressExposure) July 10, 2008 -- The Invention Prototyping Process is a new webpage that was just added to the new Prototyping Website that has just been released. This new Prototype Invention webpage has all of the information you need to know of Prototyping and Invention Prototyping and the main information you need to know on Prototyping Inventions. You can visit this Prototyping Invention Process webpage at:

Here is an excerpt from the new Prototyping and Inventions webpage:

“Construction of an ‘invention prototype’ at the appropriate time: It’s essential to construct an ‘invention prototype’ much before buying the tooling for building the product or seeking contract manufacturers. Many a times, it so happens that the inventor might, in reality want to build a prototype much before getting too fancy regarding computer drawings. He is likely to burn up loads of cash on ‘engineering drawings’ when possibly what he needs 1st is the papier-mache clearly showing him what is being tried by him. If that is the case, he is advised to revert to computer-aided drawings. Assessing the proper time for prototype is not all that tough. It just requires a proof of workability of the product invented by the concerned person.

The proper ‘invention prototype’ for proper audience: An ‘invention prototype’ should be aimed towards the proper audience for doing its job. It means that the tailoring should be done in such a way that the requirements of the customers get fulfilled much to their satisfaction. Not only that, the prototype should be able to bear the critics of potential partners, investors, suppliers, and customers. Hence, it should be noted that just friendly appraisals are not enough. The more slicker looking and operable the prototype, the ‘better’. However, it’s advisable to not get carried away by the praises. It’s better to spend less on this production, as there would be many other places for spending the start up capital.”

The new Invention Prototype page is free information to members and non-members and can be found at: However, users of Prototype Zone who decide to be members can join for free and receive two free E-Books on Rapid Prototyping for a limited time offer. Prototype Zone will be adding new information all the time on Rapid Prototyping so check back often in the forum and blog for the latest information at:

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Press Release Submitted On: July 08, 2008 at 11:01 pm
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