So you’ve got a great idea for an invention that you want to put into production, but there’s something stopping you. Like many other inventors and entrepreneurs out there, it’s probably the cost.
Before you can start producing your invention, you will need to make sure it actually works. This involves creating models and prototypes, which can be pretty expensive, not to mention time consuming. Unfortunately, prototyping is a necessary part of the production process, however the good news is that there’s a quicker and cheaper way to do it.
Save money by creating digital models
Inventors and entrepreneurs can save a significant amount of money by using a professional 3D CAD designer to create 3D visual models of their new inventions and products. Instead of having to buy all of the materials and pay someone to put them together, inventors can simply get a 3D CAD designer to make them a digital model up on screen.
Creating a digital model of your invention will be so much cheaper that creating a real model. It’ll also allow you to get a full view of its aesthetics and an in-depth look at its functionality, so it’s not like you’ll be compromising on the quality of your prototype.
Save time with 3D CAD Design
Traditional prototyping and modelling can take up a lot of time, which as an inventor or entrepreneur you may not have. If you’re looking to get your product to market quickly, before anyone else beats you to it, you’ll need to think about making time savings during the testing process.
The good news is that 3D CAD design is quick and simple. Your 3D CAD designer will be able to quickly create a digital version of your invention on screen, so you can examine its features. It will save you having to spend time and money on sourcing materials, before you know whether your invention will actually work or not.
3D CAD design software will also give you a good idea of the amount of materials you’re going to need to buy to make your invention or product, so you won’t have to spend time working it out yourself. In the world of business time is money, so every second you save during the prototyping process will be of significant value to you.
Showing others your ideas
One of the best things about creating digital models in CAD is that they provide a realistic view of how an invention or product looks and works. This means that inventors and entrepreneurs can essentially present their ideas to investors (in the hopes of securing their funding) without having to spend any money on actually making the product first.
Again, this can help speed up the entire production process, allowing inventors to launch their products to market before their competitors. On the other hand it can also prevent inventors from wasting money on an invention or product that no one wants to buy.
Taking a sensible approach to inventing
When you’re excited about your new invention or product, it’s easy to get carried away during the prototyping process. Testing your invention is important but you can’t afford to overspend or you’ll end up with no money left to actually produce your products.
3D CAD design eliminates these risks and offers a sensible approach to inventing. It provides everything you need to create a digital version of your invention, so you can get an accurate idea of how it will work and the chance to test each and every one of its features.
Interested in seeing what 3D CAD design can offer you? Get in touch.