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The hardest part
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The hardest part on the invention journey is knowing how and where to begin. You've heard and read about the process but it still can be confusing. One site says this and another says that. This site…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Hitzler Mar 30, 2015.

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Jeff Hitzler commented on Jeff Hitzler's status
"Simply go to www.innovatorsatlas.com . It's open and free to all. You'll have to register to use the forum though and that's done to keep out the auto spammers."
Jun 2, 2015
Jeff Hitzler posted a status
"Innovators Atlas is now open for all. No registration needed. www.innovatorsatlas.com, check it out. A lot of good material for inventors."
May 22, 2015
Jeff Hitzler posted a status
"Innovators Atlas will be available soon without having to register. I'm sure that'll make some folks happy. The goal is to help inventors"
May 6, 2015
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"Free inventor education info at www.innovatorsatlas.com. Free to Join, Inventor Plan, Maker, register, email confirmation"
Apr 13, 2015
Jeff Hitzler posted a status
"www.innovatorsatlas.com is free. Choose "Maker" from the Inventor plans. Then decide if it's good for inventors. A lot of valuable info."
Apr 4, 2015
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"http://www.johnsonlevel.com/support/inventors. A link from my site Innovators Atlas. Johnson Level will work with inventors."
Apr 2, 2015
Corbin Sakdol and Jeff Hitzler are now friends
Apr 1, 2015
Jeff Hitzler commented on Jeff Hitzler's status
"I've done the posting part several times. I've worked with two attorneys and one gave upfront pricing and the other gave close pricing. It turned out to be close to what he said it would be. The part where the money can add up is with the…"
Apr 1, 2015
Richard Neely jr. commented on Jeff Hitzler's status
"Post real and interesting information for free and ask others to do the same. How much did you pay for your last patent Jeff?  Did your attorney give up front pricing and stick to it?"
Apr 1, 2015
Jeff Hitzler posted a status
"Richard Neely, any thoughts on how we can get the word out about this site?"
Mar 31, 2015
Jeff Hitzler posted a status
"A guide to doing a patent search www.asktheinventors.com/assets/psearch.pdf . One of many tools at…"
Mar 31, 2015
Jeff Hitzler commented on chris nilsen's blog post new member with a new tool invention
Mar 30, 2015
Jeff Hitzler replied to Jeff Hitzler's discussion The hardest part
Mar 30, 2015
Jeff Hitzler commented on Richard Neely jr.'s status
"Here's something interesting. There is good info on this site. You'll notice that Jim DeBetta is listed on the site. Jim is one of the Service Providers on my site. www.innovatorsatlas.com. ;;"
Mar 30, 2015
Jeff Hitzler commented on Richard Neely jr.'s status
"Try this. Google my name and Inventors Network of Wisconsin. You'll see my name listed on a number of sites and several publications as the go to person in WI to help inventors. I'm listed on the United States Patent and Trademark Office…"
Mar 30, 2015
Jeff Hitzler posted a status
"Richard, I'd really like to know what makes you feel that I don't want what's best for inventors like all of us here?"
Mar 29, 2015

Profile Information

Do you have an invention or innovation related to construction?
Yes
Are you, or have you been working in the building trades?
No
Do you provide a service to inventors?
None
At what stage is your invention?
I have a prototype
What do you need help with?
Marketing, None
What is the difference between a PROVISIONAL and a UTILITY patent?
Provisional Patent is only an applicaiton or place holder. A Utility patent can be granted which excludes other from using your idea.

Pivot Pro adjustable angle paint brush

The Pivot Pro paint brush is the only patented paint brush with a full hemisphere of adjustability to offer a full range of ergonomic comfort and control. The Pivot Pro uses industry standard bristles and ferrules for ease into manufacturing. The Pivot Pro offers this full range with the push of a button. It couldn't be easier to go from painting high on a wall to inside a cabinet or book shelf to easing wrist pain while painting a wall. Simply push a button to adjust from one work area to the next.

Comment Wall (2 comments)

At 10:31am on December 20, 2012, Mike said…

Hello Jeff,

welcome to Builders Inventions.  You can now network with the other members.

Good luck with your invention.

Mike

At 2:34pm on October 3, 2016, FRANK KWABENA said…

Good Day,

How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:( mr.frankkwabena1@yahoo.com ) for the full details.

Have a nice day

Thanks God bless.

Mr Frank.

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