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The Practical Inventor

The Practical Inventor is your step by step guide to develop and launch products from your idea. The author, Jim Wilkinson, has packed this book with over 30 years of his experience bringing inventions from the idea stage to products we all use every day. The Practical Inventor presents a hands-on sequence in a fun and impactful manner that will guide you as an inventor through the SIMPLE steps of...

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Publisher: (December 24, 2010)
Publication Date: December 24, 2010
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“This book takes the intimidation out of being a novice inventor, and I imagine would provide an excellent template for even an experienced inventor. The author starts at the very beginning, shows you what steps to take (and not), how to keep records,...”

inventing:Sequence ”“ Understand that it is not just what you do but when you do it. Put your product development in synchronization with your business development. Have a strategy with the steps for success.Investigate ”“ Learn that failing fast can be a good thing. Find out if your idea really has value before spending time and money.Managed Approach ”“ Plan and budget to spend only what you need, when needed and maximize your resources. Together with the author develop your Product Development Plan.Prototype ”“ Not all prototypes are created equal. Build the appropriate prototypes when needed. Discover the different types of prototypes, their appropriate uses, and incorporate a prototype plan into your Product Development Plan.Launch ”“ You won't make money until you sell something. Whether you build a company around your invention or seek to license it after building value; it all comes down to sales. Get your patents now and start selling.Extended Learning ”“ Develop yourself! A rounded person and can enjoy successes. It never ends.About the Author:Jim. Wilkinson is a creative, self motivated, hands on professional with a diverse work history that includes mechanical and electrical engineering, quality and manufacturing engineering, technical writing, customer service and technical support, ISO-9000 and business development. Industries include vending, automotive, telecom, Military NBC decontamination, plastics, sheet metal, and medical.After many years working in product development, with multiple patented products on the market, and having provided this thou design and prototype services (; Jim's desire is to share his experience with other inventors, helping them fulfill their dreams through The Practical Inventor.Book excerpt:“In the early 1980's, I was a partner in a small marine electronics company where I was the midnight elf who came in at night and repaired customer product after working my day Job. My partner and I joked about the boats being nothing more than a hole in the water into which people poured money. This could result from the boat owner's having more money than sense, or from knowing exactly what they wanted despite what they wanted contrary to expert advice. Almost always it was because the boat owner did not have a well thought-out and written plan, operating instead by what seemed to look good at the time. Isn't it ironic that the very same holds true with an inventor? We will see the value of a carefully considered plan so we don't get sucked into that bottomless hole in the water.Have you ever played the game where several people get into a line and someone at one-end whispers a phrase into the first person's ear? What the last person hears often bears no resemblance to the initial phrase. How does this apply in out context? Have you ever tried to explain your idea and the person you are talking to just doesn't get it? You must be able to define your idea clearly, specifically, and in definitive terms that don't “get lost in the translation.”Exercise 0-1: Define your ideaWelcome to your first exercise. Let's keep it easy to cut your teeth. Answer the following questions as fully and completely as you can. Use sketches and pictures if you like.What problem in society does your idea address and solve?How does your idea solve this societal problem?What products result from your idea?”