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Re: Add to the List of Terms That Inventors Should Know

Postby Roger Brown » Fri Jun 27, 2014 3:58 am

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RFID- RFID stands for Radio-frequency identification and is the wireless non-contact use of radio-frequency electromagnetic fields to transfer data.

Polypropylene – is referred to as PP for short and also called polypropene. It is a thermoplastic used in a wide array of products such as plastic containers, plastic parts, various packaging and more.

Polyethylene – is referred to as PE for short and also called polythene. It is one of the most commonly used plastics. It can be found in plastic bags, plastic containers, bottles and more.

Re: Add to the List of Terms That Inventors Should Know

Postby Roger Brown » Tue Aug 19, 2014 5:30 pm

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ID – Industrial Design- You will sometimes hear companies say “We will have our ID department look it over. Or “It is in review with ID”

COG – Cost of Goods is the total cost attributed to the production of the product sold by the company including the material and labor costs.

CADs – Computer Aided Designs- these are designs generated by the designer using computer software depicting the object so that it can be machined, tested, give specific dimensions, material specifications and more to aid in the production of the object.
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