In order for a patent to be approved, it must be demonstrated to be unique, non-obvious, and workable. I can work with you to develop a working animated CAD model that exemplifies the embodiment of the invention. Out of this process, your concept will be proven workable, and a materials parts list is generated, along with actual dimensions. Use this information to develop a cost-to-manufacture (CTM) rough-order-magnitude (ROM) estimate, which indicates the ultimate minimum retail price. Then, I can produce dimensionless figures to submit with your invention. I hold Patent #6,796,205, a new kind of pliers
so I know the process and requirements inside and out, and have been successful. Then we use these same models to make videos showing the invention in use for commercials, demonstrations, and securing manufacturing licenses and royalties.
I have obtained my professional certification by APICS, the American Production and Inventory Control Society, so I know all areas of plant-floor operations and manufacturing considerations, including Design for Manufacture (DFM).