Category: Inventing 101

Going International

Whether you manufacture your product in another country, arrange for it to be shipped from one country to another, or ship raw materials or components that comprise your invention into a country that will assemble and/or manufacture your product, at one time or another you will employ the services of either a customs broker or a freight forwarder.

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Making Products Customer Driven

Inventors frequently create a product that satisfies their needs without considering what target customers want. Even if you have one feature they want, be sure you aren’t missing other features that customers also feel are essential.

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Go, or No?

Trade shows can be expensive, so it is wise to do some homework ahead of time to ensure they are a good fit for your product. Along those lines, consider these seven steps before you decide.

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3D Printing? Try the Library

Inventors have a significant advantage if they own the often-expensive equipment that allows them to make 3D models for their initial models or prototypes. But did you know that many libraries have added 3D printers that you can use?

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