The $200 Machine Shop: Making Frankenstein Prototypes (Section 3)
Day/Time: Sunday, April 23 11:00 AM (90 minutes)
Location: Sequoia HallJust as Doctor Frankenstein made his prototype human from parts that were, shall we say readily available, so too can you. Learn how to prototype your invention using stock parts, or parts that are easily made or come from other products. Learn tricks to quickly go from idea to prototype. This is a big advantage because you cut the time to build a workable prototype and you also save money. And learn how to setup your first shop for about $200.
This workshop will also be held on Saturday at 12:00 PM.
Related site: http://www.thinksolvedo.com/frankenstein.htm
Think Solve Do, Inc.
Perry Kaye is a master inventor with numerous projects/innovations and six patents to his name. He has studied innovation for over 25 years and developed innovation techniques that allow him to rapidly find/create/discover category-creating and breaking innovations. He created a full machine shop setup just to build his creations. He makes stuff everyday and has a blast doing it. Perry Kaye is also a frequest guest on the Home Shopping Network, a writer for Inventors' Digest, an author, poet (www.fpoetry.com), a lecturer, father, husband and inventor. He invites you to join him to have fun and share ideas.