“If it won’t work slowly, could it work quickly?”

Rushing Through: Conduct a step or process at high speed.

Nail guns and cleavers

Both nail guns and cleavers rely on delivering force at high speed to penetrate the material without difficulty.

No warp

Under some conditions the delivery of extremely high heat for welding or cutting can help avoid deforming the material being worked on due to gathering heat.

Harvest time

Fast action is required to on the farm at harvest time, so that produce can be picked and packed when it is ripe and before it spoils.

High acceleration

Rockets burn a lot of fuel leaving the pad. The more power a rocket can create so that it leaves the atmosphere quickly the less fuel is consumed in a prolonged battle with gravity.

More examples

As I stumble across real world examples of this Inventive Principle in action I add them here.

Your turn

What problems do you face that this inventive principle could help solve? Have you used this principle before?

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