A Designer’s Guide to Inventing Your Next Big Idea

Inventions are not the products of “Eureka!” moments. In almost every instance, they develop through a slow and systematic process.

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  • January 15, 2018
  • | by Victor Lazzaro

What Manufacturers Wish Designers Knew

The most successful products are a direct result of solid collaboration. But for such collaboration to work, designers need to grasp the purpose of the intended product and understand the fundamentals of the manufacturing process.

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  • January 04, 2018
  • | by Randy Millwood

Announcing the opening of PopFoam's US-Based Factory

At PopFoam, we've always been dedicated to serving our clients to the best of our ability, which is why we're excited to announce a major step forward for both our company and for domestic design engineers and manufacturers.

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  • December 04, 2017
  • | by Admin

4 Steps to Keeping Your Design From Turning Into a Disappointing Product

There are lots of ways to define a "disappointing product." But there are few things more frustrating than a product's design that breaks or wears out sooner than you expect. From the consumer's perspective, the purchase begins to feel like a trick.

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  • November 08, 2017
  • | by Troy Lewis

Is Your Design Great in Theory but Impossible in Practice? Think Again

Every designer knows that guiding an idea from being a burst of inspiration to being a product on the shelves is a grueling process. Bringing new inventions and ideas to life requires countless trips to the drawing board, endless iterations, lots of setbacks, and at..

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  • October 16, 2017
  • | by Steve Cartier

A Rose Is a Rose Is a Rose, But All Foam Is Not Created Equal

When potential customers come to us looking for a design partner to bring their ideas to life, they usually have two main concerns: consistency in part size and shape and the delivery schedule.

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  • October 05, 2017
  • | by Randy Millwood

3 Ways to Defend Your Design Against Knockoffs

3 Ways to Defend Your Design Against Knockoffs

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  • August 28, 2017
  • | by Troy Lewis

Why Product Design Is a Collaborative Puzzle Process

Some 5,000 years ago, the first designers to make ice skates used bones to fashion the blades. The design worked — to a point. But in 1914, blade maker John E. Strauss of St. Paul, Minnesota, manufactured a closed-toe blade from a  single piece of steel. The skates..

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  • August 08, 2017
  • | by Victor Lazzaro

The Orb Extreme Massage Ball: See It at OUTDOOR RETAILER SHOW Booth #PV1213

 

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  • July 19, 2017
  • | by Troy Lewis

Is PopFoam the Right Choice for Your Product? Answer These Questions

For any product, the right material can make or break customer satisfaction, regardless of how interesting or innovative the product design process looks on paper.

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  • July 09, 2017
  • | by Randy Millwood
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