Molding Your Future
I don’t care what type of product you are working on, you Will need a prototype. Actually, a bunch of them.
It is called product development because even if you start with a fantastic idea, as you determine the state of the art and the end users’ needs and wants the original concept will change. Successful inventors keep developing the product until it is the best they can do. Stubborn dreamers refuse and lose.
Even if you are not handy, with just a little bit of instruction you can learn to use your creativity to build Frankenstein prototypes at first, then some pretty nice looking product as you learn.
Since most of our products are made of plastic, I found pourable plastics very helpful. I’ve mentioned the company Smooth-On as a wonderful source of materials and information. They are running a 2 day course up in the factory in Pennsylvania that sounds really awesome. Check it out here http://bit.ly/2ku2WsV
When I was starting out with these materials there were only a few choices and very little information on how to use them. Now the choices are endless and there are videos on every facet of the process. Check them out at https://www.smooth-on.com/
Don’t want to go to Pennsylvania? We are fortunate to have a dealer right in Orlando. Reynolds Advanced Materials www.reynoldsam.com/orlando/ also runs seminars all the time and has a very knowledgeable staff.
Want more choices of materials and techniques? Check out these sites https://bjbenterprises.com/ https://www.polytek.com/ https://www.alumilite.com/
Mold Your Future With Start-Up Now
Inventors are known to be notoriously bad at the business side of inventing. Creatives don’t want to be bothered with contracts, business plans, etc., but without it, you will never make any money. Start-Up Now is the answer. They run a 10 week course where experts guide you through the process of determining the product-market fit, write the business plan and create a pitch deck. By the time you’re done you’re ready to run with it.
So stop dreaming about your future. Take charge of it by coming to the James A. Rutherford Community Center at Patch Reef Park, 2000 West Yamato Road, which is ¼ mile west of Military Trail in Boca Raton FL 33431 before 1:00 pm on Saturday 9/14/19 to learn from Project Manager, Douglas Saenz, how Start-Up Now can make those dreams come true.
You Must register here to attend http://bit.ly/2OM4gWJ .
Doors open at 12:30 pm.
Those who register on line and check their name off the attendance list at the door before the meeting starts will get a ticket to possibly win a valuable door prize.
Also by coming early, you won’t miss any of the presentation and you may meet someone who can help you with your project.
Ya Never Know Unless You Go,