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Question by  codyligon (107)

How can I have a prototype made of my invention?


Answer by  tschebyshev (252)

There are all sorts of companies that specialize in making prototypes. Search for "rapid prototyping" to get a feel for the industry. They type of technology you use for your prototype will really be determined by the nature of your invention.


Answer by  Hank1973 (34)

Research manufacturers in the product market that your product represents and contact a few of them to see if they would be interested in creating a prototype. Most manufacturers take only large quantity orders due to the cost of producing a single item.


Answer by  Anonymous

Give Bushnell Engineering a call for your prototyping needs. I can not say enough about them. They are accurate, cost effective and very creative. Bushnell-Eng


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well, if you want a prototype made, you can take your invention to a company and ask them to make one for you.


Answer by  LeheckaG (1826)

Presuming that you require a working-propotype to file your U.S.-patent-application? First, have a non-disclosure-agreement drafted. BEFORE you discuss your-invention with ANYONE in more than general-terms; have them, a notary-public, (2)witnesses, & you ALL sign your-non-disclosure-agreement. This provides some-limited-legal-protection prior to your-patent. Contact rapid-development or rapid-prototyping organizations and request price-quotations. Alternatively, depending on your-invention, you might convert/modify an existing-product into your-invention?


Answer by  dr84bhl (2789)

You can register your invention and it is then copyrighted. You have to show your ideas of your invention first if good a prototype will be made.


Answer by  RyanD (18)

Look for enginering companies that work with a simeler product, they may be able to modify an existing model to your specs.

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