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protoTYPING: Q&A with EN designer, Jeremy

leamlefebvre's Avatar

Do you read EN Designer, Jeremy Losaw’s blog series, ProtoTYPING? Wether you’ve read every post, or are just joining us for the first time, we invite you to ask Jeremy any question you may have as it relates to prototyping, 3D printing, design technique, tools, prototype bloopers, etc. Post your question here or email us at social media@edisonnation.com.

Stay tuned! Answers will be posted in this month’s ProtoTYPING post in two weeks.

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dxflyer's Avatar

Prototyping has to be the best part of inventing, seeing your idea come to life. I’d imagine it as giving birth to your new born baby (not that I’d really know being a guy).

Sorry I don’t have any questions yet, but is the email: socialmedia@edisonnation.com or just media@edisonnation.com?

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Oops! It looks like the email got broken up.

It’s: socialmedia@edisonnation.com

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sidhanth's Avatar

A prototype is designed to test a product's efficacy and its success...

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does anyone know of someone who can make a prototype in plastic for a low cost  I need a plastic version of my invention made

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sunto's Avatar

Most of what I design is simple and maths based so I know it will work. I like to use 3d software to create the various renderings of what my product could look like. I recommend anyone to develop cad skills. I am now trying a demo version of cinema 4d. it’s a lot different from solid works and keyshot but for free it worth a look.

Have a great new year all.

Carlotta Jackson
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taterdog1's Avatar

 Considering that plastic has to be manufactured and molds have to be made {an expensive process for only one item) I would consider wood or cardboard if possible. Good Luck!

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