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Old 04-29-2012, 10:12 AM
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Default shelf pin indexing jig

wondering if a shelf pin indexing jig for the ssrk will be offered soon? hand drilling a kitchens worth of 1/4" holes with a drill and a small jig is pretty time consuming.
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Old 04-29-2012, 11:27 AM
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i just had a "brainstorm" on this. sent my thoughts to Dino on making it. we'll see what he thinks about it.
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Old 04-29-2012, 11:54 AM
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i just had a "brainstorm" on this. sent my thoughts to Dino on making it. we'll see what he thinks about it.
I may send you a prototype to play with it. I only have one.
I can't say much but you can report back after the patent is filed.
Yes, It is unique and deserves spending money for a patent before we see half of the idea in blue, green, yellow and red colors...

You send your idea in and we feel that has more merits...
we scrap ours and we will help you get the patent in your name.

Just don't post new ideas that you thing may be marketable in this forum.
Many companies are visiting this forum for free ideas.
Some of them even visit eurekazone.
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Old 04-29-2012, 12:09 PM
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haven't said a word to anyone about this. any ideas i send to you and you think they can be incorporated into the ez tools, consider the ideas yours. the email i sent you this morning uses the KISS approach.
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Old 04-29-2012, 12:11 PM
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Just don't post new ideas that you think may be marketable in this forum.
Dino: For members information, I think it's not only posting here. If your idea has been discussed or posted publicly anywhere, it will automatically be public domain and cannot be patented. Even if patent is granted and it is later proved that the idea did appear in public before filing, it can be revoked. Is that right, please confirm, so members will not loose their right on their creativity?
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Old 04-29-2012, 12:54 PM
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Dino: For members information, I think it's not only posting here. If your idea has been discussed or posted publicly anywhere, it will automatically be public domain and cannot be patented. Even if patent is granted and it is later proved that the idea did appear in public before filing, it can be revoked. Is that right, please confirm, so members will not loose their right on their creativity?
Yes. 100% correct.
BUT...nobody is going to use the ideas as is.
They will use it against eurekazone for similar tools and they will go around your concept. Rape your idea with cheap immitations and flood the market.
Use it to against your future patents or patents applied.

If I post a new prototype or concept, I first apply for a provisional patent.
You see the simple depth adjustment sliding bracket for the ez-one?
Patent pending before posted in the forum.

I already started ( about time?) going after the copy cats and
the same time applied for 10 new patents to keep the ez idea alive.

Just stay away from any company with idea submission dept.
Don't trust anyone and don't show anything unless you apply for a patent first. Even after you apply for a patent they are very skilled to the art of
taking your idea, twisted and sell it before you know.
They will keep talking to you and even visit your shop, have a good handshake and tell you how much they like your ideas...

Nothing but shame but this is life today...according to them.
Even companies that they started like ez are becoming ez-copy-cats.

Eurekazone at the other hand is going all out to help inventors.
We will name the good companies and the bad one's soon.
Last week, we licenced a nice invention to a high end drilling and tapping equipment maufacturer.
Now, we will give him all related inventions. Lucky guy.

He can easily had change the design and say that it was his idea...
What some companies don't understand is the benefits of honesty and long term relationships with inventors.

Eric sold us his ez-dragon invention.
he wanted nothing more but I asked him to stay on board and help us.
Who knows the ez-dragon better than Eric?
Check this out now...
Even if Eric wanted nothing more, if we get the patent and
start selling the ez-dragon...he will receive royalties.

My goal was to make the best invention company and eureka the
inventors that most companies are "playing around" with them.

I think, we're getting there.
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Old 04-29-2012, 10:28 PM
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dino I am very intrested in the shelf pin jig I have considered buying or building one for a while let me knoe ehen you have one ready so I don't have to design my own.
Andy
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Old 06-25-2012, 11:20 AM
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I may send you a prototype to play with it. I only have one.
I can't say much but you can report back after the patent is filed.
Yes, It is unique and deserves spending money for a patent before we see half of the idea in blue, green, yellow and red colors...

You send your idea in and we feel that has more merits...
we scrap ours and we will help you get the patent in your name.

Just don't post new ideas that you thing may be marketable in this forum.
Many companies are visiting this forum for free ideas.
Some of them even visit eurekazone.
hey Dino, you forget something??
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Old 06-25-2012, 11:46 AM
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hey Dino, you forget something??
a million things?

I better put many things on 2013 to do list...

tx
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Old 06-25-2012, 02:48 PM
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a million things?

I better put many things on 2013 to do list...

tx
I thought that was full!!!
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