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    Jan 29, 2018, 11:46 AM
    How do I get my product mass produced/manufactured?
    HI, I have a product (a woodworking project) that I'd like to get manufactured. I have already made several versions of the prototype and I don't know where to start next.

    Is there a company I can hire either locally or abroad that could help me move forward? I know there are agents whose job it is to do this, but I'm still in the preliminary stages and I first need consultations and advice.

    Any tips?

    Thanks
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    Jan 29, 2018, 04:14 PM
    Do you have a patent? But you would find companies that make this type of product (wood, metal, plastic, or what ever) and to make it, you would pay the fees. This on the first order may include set up, die, engineering and other fees.

    Also most are of course for orders in the 1000's. Not 100. So the quanity you want to order is another issue

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