What I don’t do:

  • I won’t charge a fee to evaluate your invention—I’m here for the long haul to establish long-term working relationships with clients who want to be serial inventors.
  • I won’t market your invention for you—you need to do the work, I’m here to help.
  • I won’t tell you your idea is great when it’s not—I will try to be as nice as possible but you need to be able to handle the truth.
  • I won’t work without a confidentiality agreement—I would not share my ideas without one and neither should you.
  • I do not give legal advice—when the time comes you may need to consult an attorney.

Why do I do this?

  • I do not want to see people get taken advantage of—I met a man through my church who paid $20,000 to an invention promotion company. After he ran out of money, his idea was patented by someone else ten years later.
  • I believe that you can achieve financial independence by licensing your inventions—Pick up a copy of “The Four Hour Work Week” by Tim Ferriss, that book was the catalyst that prompted me to take action and stop dreaming.
  • I really like helping people, sure there is some money, but it’s not enough to cover the cost of my CAD software and work station.

What makes me qualified?

  • I’m a mechanical engineer (BSME) and I have a MBA—I have the technical skill and the business background to balance.
  • I have six issued patent where I am listed at the inventor or co-inventor—just do a USPTO search and see for your self.
  • I’ve been working as a product developer since 1991. Wow, almost 20 years!
  • I eat my own dog food—what I advocate as a method of inventing and licensing, I do myself.
  • I have five of my own inventions under evaluation with companies right now, four client inventions at various stages and nine more of my own ideas I’m working on. This does not count the ideas that did not pan out either.

Here are a few things my company can help you with:

  • Professional patent search with patentability opinion conducted by an attorney
  • Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Virtual Prototype (3-D photo realistic renderings)
  • 2-D Line Drawings for the PPA
  • Sell sheet for your product
  • Password Protected Electronic Brochure Web Site (free hosting) to showcase your invention to companies

Here are some typical costs:

Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Virtual Prototype (3-D photo realistic renderings) starting at $99 and depends on complexity
2-D Line Drawings for the PPA starting at $149
Password Protected Electronic Brochure Web Site (free hosting) $149
Sell Sheet where you provide the images and the copy $99
Sell Sheet where you provide the images and I write the copy (images require CAD renderings) $149
Professional patent search with patentability opinion conducted by an attorney $299

To contact me, just click on the contact page or click on the company logo.

 

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