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Product Design and Development of Your Invention Idea
A product engineer is a person that can design, develop, and manage new product ideas for corporations or individual inventors.
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Fred Heys was born in Dayton, Ohio, and grew up nearby in the town of Cambridge.
Drawings are very important and are used to document, record, and detail your invention. Everything from the first sketch to the final manufacturing process should be recorded.
A Detailed Part Drawing is needed in many cases to get quotes and manufacturing information for your invention.