If your product idea requires the development of a prototype or outside assistance to analyze your product, the following resources can assist with your
technology and product development needs.
This is not an all-inclusive list but should assist in identifying key resources at the local and regional level that support businesses in various stages
of product development.
Presenters: Jerry Johnson & Mike Cropp; UW-Stout Center for Innovation & Development
Are you seeking to develop a prototype of your product idea? If so, there are many resources available to assist you in that effort. One potential resource is
the Center for Innovation and Development located at UW-Stout. This video explores some of the different processes and technologies available to assist in
advancing your idea.
Center for Innovation & Development (CID)
Services include feasibility assessment, product engineering and design, prototype development, product evaluation, and patent advice.
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire Material Science Center
Industries, particularly small start-up companies, can tap into state-of-the-art, specialized equipment and the broad material expertise of UW-Eau Claire
faculty to enhance research and development programs and gain a competitive edge in the marketplace.
Applied Technology Center - Chippewa Valley Technical College
Developed to advance your product and prototype development needs, the NanoRite Innovation Center offers a wide range of applied research applications for
nanotechnology, micro fabrication and advanced manufacturing technologies.
* Videos are intended for general guidance only. Because professional advice must always be specific to the circumstances of a particular situation, the
information presented here should not be viewed as professional advice on advancing your specific technology or idea.