In 2004 I read a book written by a couple of American inventors. Their advice to any would-be inventor was to forget about being an inventor and stick to a regular job because there was only about a 3% chance the invention would ever make any money for the inventor. Armed with that information I went ahead and became an inventor. Maybe it’s a personal thing because it’s my invention. I also think it’s a pretty good idea, to use software to help us build with irregular shaped material.
Malcolm Lambert in Australia, 2010