1. You need to discuss your idea with a patent attorney; they can help you
with the legal requirements of the patent office. Be very careful of sharing
your new idea before those legal requirements are met. Our staff is always happy
to assist and advise inventors with their inventions.
2. Peliton will sign a non-disclosure agreement, so you will feel comfortable
knowing that your product or invention is protected.
3. Technical Drawings - Our company has the ability to produce technical
drawings,(work load permitting) or refer you to someone in your area who can do
them for you.
4. Prototype - Peliton will work with you to develop a prototype of your
5. We will then guide you through a complete cost analysis. The cost will be
based on your 3-D drawings, the weight and volume of the part, your assembly
requirements, the number of parts you need and the time frame of production.
Remember, tooling drives production costs. A one-cavity mold only makes one
part at a time, so you get fewer parts per hour than with a multi-cavity mold,
but a one-cavity tool is cheaper. Lower the cost of your product by producing
more cavities. It's a trade off between your tooling budget and your production