What Would The World Be Without Inventions

What would the world be without inventions? What would we have? Have you ever thought of that? These questions lay a foundation to the fact that we, as humans are destined to reach for betterment and easier living, and we have shown this very clearly by the number of new invention ideas that have become part of our lives. Let us take it back a little, to the time when there were not this many inventions and life was a bit more manual than we know it today, there was some form of limitations and productivity was slow and also dependent solely on manpower. When there were no cars and carriages pulled by horses or donkeys were the kind of transportation. And the people who couldn’t afford those had to walk the entire distance of their journeys. Now, even this seem very manual, there were a whole lot of inventions then. Take, for instance, the wheel; someone made it, so one thought about it first and invented it. The last 100 years has been packed with a lot of new inventions, and these inventions are patented for the sake of royalties for the inventor. There are inventions in virtually all aspects of our lives, and these inventions have brought about, easier living, increased productivity and more fun. The key trademark of inventions is that they come as additions, as improvements. 

There is a process when it comes to inventing, and the starting part of this is an idea about the invention. The idea has to be a clear-cut and executable plan towards something that might seem unachievable at that point. But what makes inventors so great is their perseverance despite a significant number of odds and most of the time, their ability to deliver. The second phase of this process is when the inventor comes up with a prototype that will help people, most especially investors to understand what the invention is about. Most of the time, the prototype is what encourages the investors to be part of the project, financially. So, if ever you are considering to be an inventor, and you do not know how to go about it, here are some steps that will be helpful to your cause.

1.    The very first of them is to have a sketch of whatever it is you plan on inventing. This sketch has to be very detailed. It has to hold all the necessary information about your invention idea. Preferably, the sketch should have a professional feel to it, but that is not compulsory. So far it has all the details that the team in charge of the design need to produce the next step

2.    The next step is an illustration that is provided from the sketch. This illustration is the sketch but from a more advanced and professional standpoint.  From here, changes can be made, and modifications applied.

3.    Then a design popularly, the 3D Computer Added Drawing of the idea is produced. This is the point where you sketch and illustrations are converted into a blueprint and through its 3D blueprint and a 3D printer, you get your prototype.

The prototypes come in different forms for different inventions and may cost equally as much as the finished product.

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