Take a look at what different clubs are on campus to help you with your prototype.
There are many 3D printers on campus in addition to the few in the Maker Space. See what suits you best!
Need to mess with metal? Check here for metal working methods such as manual machining, CNC machining, welding, and casting resources.
Need to buy some standard parts? These resources can steer you in the right direction, providing you with screws, bolts, hoses, piping, and gears. You name it!
This resource page grows as we have companies from outside of BYU offer their assistance. See what companies are available to help!
Working with silicone or some other type of plastic? Need some help with composites? Here are the resources for you.
BYU offers some incredible legal resources. There are clinics, workshops, and mentors to aid you in protecting and projecting your business venture. Check out this page to see what legal help is available to you.
BYU has many resources to help entrepreneurs and innovators to either build their prototype, or start their business. This page will continue to grow in time, but check to see if any of the current resources listed can help you with your business venture.
BYU alumni with experience in design and manufacturing. They are great networking resources and are nearly always willing to help out their almamater.
If you need electronics/circuitry equipment, supplies, or mentoring. Then you're in the right place! This shop found in the Clyde building sells materials and supplies for great prices. There are also workstations equip with soldering irons, pliers, oscilloscopes, and much more. There is also a machine shop here that has a lathe, and other tools useful in building what you need.