Rapid-Prototyping Topic to Be Explored
By James Anderson
The Twin Ports Inventors and Entrepreneurs Club welcomes Ray Mattison from proto.hub on November 3rd. Mattison and his partner Martin Sawinski formed Proto.Hub a rapid-prototyping and design business in Duluth.
Mattison will present on the basics of rapid-prototyping.
- How do you know you are ready to take an idea to the prototype stage?
- What do you need to create a prototype?
- What are the design and fabrication options?
- What will a prototype cost?
Ray’s commercial design experience includes work with Kestrel, Cirrus Design, Exodus Machines. Learn more about proto.hub before the event on their webpage protohub.us.
The Twin Ports Inventors and Entrepreneurs Club will be hosting this session at WITC, on November 3rd, room 216 starting at 6pm. The Twin Ports Inventors and Entrepreneurs Club is for people who are interested in starting a business, growing an existing business, or who aspire to bring a product or invention to market. Please RSVP online at http://bit.ly/tpie110315, or by contacting University of Wisconsin Extension in Douglas County at
715-395-1363 or email James.Anderson@ces.uwex.edu. There is no fee to attend.
Twin Ports Inventors & Entrepreneurs Club Event Summary
Topic: Rapid-Prototyping for Inventors and Entrepreneurs
Who: Ray Mattison from proto.hub in Duluth
Where: WITC – Superior, 600 North 21st Street, Room 216
When: November 3rd, 6:00pm
James Anderson III is a CNRED Educator with UW-Superior Extension. He can be reached at James.Anderson@ces.uwex.edu.