Idea Design Studio Offers Prototyping and Manufacturing Services for Inventors

Idea Design Studio presents various services to inventors.

MIAMI, June 10, 2017 — (PRNewswire) —

MIAMI, June 10, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Once a logo is chosen, marketing materials are created, and the Marketing and Design Portfolio is completed, there are new steps in the process. Prototyping and making the invention so it is ready to send out are services they provide.

Many people think of ideas to make life easier but few take the steps necessary to take their "Big Idea" from a simple thought to reality. In order to protect your idea from being copied by others, it needs to be patented. Patent Solutions handles the paperwork necessary to be filled out and filed. Once this is done it is time to build the prototype.

Inventions go from idea to patent to prototype. This is simply a sample product to see how the idea actually functions in real time and what flaws need fixing. Idea Design Studio will build the prototype of your invention idea once your patent has been filed. This is the most satisfying aspect of the invention process because it goes from being something you have merely thought about to a real product. Idea Design Studio has two methods for building a prototype. One is to create a 3D rendering and the other is building an actual prototype that one can touch. Once an inventor can see in 3D they can observe from many angles how the product idea will look and work.

Another reason for inventors to consider having 3D renderings done is because it is a much quicker process to design. It is also easier to send renderings to manufacturers so they can provide a potential estimate of cost for building the invention.  Computer graphics provide a wireframe that displays how the invention idea will look after it is completed. A virtual simulation can also provide a realistic view for inventors to print out so they can perfect it before sending it to potential manufacturers. Then once sent the simulation can help a manufacturer decide how long it will take to make the invention. For some inventors this is enough to decide to move on to the production phase.

There are other inventors, who prefer to be able to see and touch the product completely, which requires an actual prototype to be made. Once the inventor decides to forego the 3D rendering model, the folks at the studio take all the specifications of the invention and and go straight to construct the prototype.

Actually building a prototype is a process that has been perfected by Idea Design Studio. This is a very important step on the way toward actually building the invention. Since holding the invention in your hands makes it feel like a real product, it also provides you with the opportunity to see the flaws and make improvements. Although it takes longer to complete a prototype than a 3D rendering, it tends to be worth it in the long run. Another benefit to the prototype is that it assists in helping to determine how much it will cost to manufacture and what it might retail for in stores. When reaching out to possible manufacturers it allows you to provide them with the estimate, which in turns helps them, make their decision to produce your invention.

Once the prototype is complete Idea Design Studio will help an inventor decide between licensing and manufacturing. Although the licensing process has more upfront costs, once done the inventor can simply sit back and accept royalty checks from sales. The manufacturing process keeps the inventor more involved by them selling their products themselves. Inventors who are confused about these processes will appreciate the knowledgeable consultants at the studio who give their honest assessment of each individual invention and whether licensing or manufacturing is the best choice.

For more information on their licensing, prototyping, and manufacturing services you can visit the website at 

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