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ENGO CORPORATION  

WELCOME INVENTORS - WHAT TO EXPECT
 

1. Starts with a phone call. Let's talk about where you are at.

- Do you have a sketch, a prototype in some form?

- Have to been able to test your idea?

- Done any marketing or target marketing studies (can be as simple as talking to your target market)? 

- Have you scoured the internet looking for your idea? Best to know early.

- Any patient potential? You want the most general claims possible. But even if you find it out there look for

   any improvements to the original idea. You can patent the improvement.

 

2. Engo can help you turn your idea into a virtual model first.

           - 3D virtual models are excellent for visualizing your concept.

           - 3D virtual models are also great for fitting multiple parts together in assemblies to check fits before actual

              parts are made such as integrating circuit boards etc.

 

3. Engo can help you turn your virtual model into an actual physical model.

        - We have an FDM 3D printer on the premises that prints in ABS plastic and numerous contacts for other

           fabrication technologies if they are a better fit for the product.

        - Plastic models are excellent for products that have features with contours such as grips or other user

          interfaces.

        - Plastic models are very fast turn around  compared to other fabrication options to speed up iterations and

          get you to your final design faster.

        - Plastic models can be significantly cheaper especially with small quantities and complicated parts .

        - Plastic models are good tools for selling, pitching, doing marketing studies or just explaining your product.

 

4. Next stop is the real deal.

        - Depending on the product of course this step involves details.

        - Plastic parts involve molds. Engo will create 2D detail drawings of the 3D models showing all details of the

          part(s) including materials, tolerancing, surface finishes etc.

        - Machined parts need 2D detail drawings also to communicate the same details above to the machinist.

 

5. Test your product and process.

        - The product will have been tested all along the way, at every step, but the production parts and process will

           need to be tested before the big quantities are produced.

        - So we do what is called a pre-production run to make a limited number of parts, not necessarily to test the

           product but test the process for making the product from part fabrication to assembly.

        - Engo can write all testing protocols working with the appropriate agencies as needed depending on the

           requirements (UL, CE mark etc). 

 

That's mostly it from the production side. The other side is sales and marketing which is not Engo's expertise but we are fully capable of supporting these efforts via models, renderings, prototypes and turning artist renderings into reality. 

 

   

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