You3Dit Inc – COVID19 / Coronavirus Response

LAST UPDATED: 31 MARCH 2020 AT 14:00 PDT PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT DELIVERED TOTAL SHIPPED: 450 # Ship Date USER (Hospital) DESIGNER DESIGN FABRICATOR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER Total Quantity FUNDING SOURCE Linked Shipment 3 4/3/2020 Bay Area TBD Design That Matters Face Shield You3Dit Inc TBD 50 TBD 0 1 3/30/2020 Illinois 3D Verkstan Protective Visor – North America V3 You3Dit Inc Matterhackers 100 You3Dit Inc 2 2 3/30/2020 Illinois 3D Verkstan Protective Visor – North America V3 Gantri Inc. Matterhackers 300 Gantri Inc. 1 YOU3DIT INC – TRANSFORMING SKETCHES INTO SOLID OBJECTS Our mission has always been to transform napkin sketch concepts into real, physical parts, prototypes and products by leveraging a marketplace full of design engineers and digital manufacturing tools (like 3D printers). This post is to describe our current efforts, short-term goals and long-term goals as an organization to accelerate the end of this pandemic. Additionally, we want to highlight how people can take action and get involved

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12 ways to document your new hardware concept

12 ways to effectively document your new hardware business concept / idea without needing an engineer. TLDR: Take photos of the problem / sketch out the use case.  Pictures are worth 1000 words. Write down a basic description of how you believe your hardware concept solves the problem(s) at hand. Who cares?  List at least 3x different types of people who you believe would want this solution.  Write down 3x different types of people who you believe would pay for this solution.  See the difference there? Materials? List the top 5 materials you think the hardware product should be made from. Other tech?  Are there any other features which are not simply passive materials that are required for your concept to function properly?  Electrical engineered circuits?  Software interactivity? Patent worthy? Try to identify at least 10+ aspects / features of your concept that are new, useful and non-obvious. Patent ready?  Review your work and then write down 10+ steps on

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