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The manufacturing process is a challenging one. There are many steps from turning inspiration into a tangible product, which takes time and discipline. Learn from manufacturing experts about what you need to know in order to launch successful products in the Dragon Innovation Blog.

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6 minute read | March 24, 2020

COVID-19 Open Source Projects and Resources

Updated: April 2, 2020 As we all continue to confront the global crisis of COVID-19, it’s been... Read More
1 minute read | March 3, 2020

[Watch] On-Demand Recording: Live Q&A: Sustainability in Manufacturing

Dragon Innovation CEO & Co-Founder, Scott N. Miller, and re:3D, Co-Founders, Matthew Fiedler and... Read More
1 minute read | February 19, 2020

[Watch] On-Demand Recording: Live Q&A on Design for Manufacturing

Dragon Innovation, CEO & Co-Founder, Scott N. Miller and Dr. Hassan Rashidi were featured in a... Read More
9 minute read | February 18, 2020

Pre-Production Milestones 101: EVT, DVT, PVT

By now, you are likely aware that the order of operations to deliver electromechanical products... Read More
2 minute read | February 13, 2019

The New Product Introduction (NPI) Process: Design Constraints

In this series we'll focus on the New Product Introduction (NPI) process and how to successfully... Read More
6 minute read | December 13, 2018

What to Know Before Visiting Your First Factory in China

I’ve heard many things from many people about what to expect on a manufacturing business trip... Read More
4 minute read | September 4, 2018

Initial Concept to Design for Manufacturing: Prototype Properly in 6 Easy Steps

To prototype properly you'll need focus, help from friends and definitely creativity. Every product... Read More
4 minute read | July 2, 2018

Prototype to Product: The Quick and Dirty

  Get your prototype ready for production with these quick tips Read More
2 minute read | May 15, 2014

Design For Manufacturing - DFM Course 13 - Waterproofing

Next up in the Design for Manufacturing course, Bill Drislane (VP of Manufacturing and Engineering)... Read More

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