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Do you have an invention or innovation related to construction?
Are you, or have you been working in the building trades?
Do you provide a service to inventors?
At what stage is your invention?
I have a prototype, My invention is ready for marketing
What do you need help with?
Manufacturing, Marketing
What is the difference between a PROVISIONAL and a UTILITY patent?
A Provisional Application for Patent is far easier and less expensive to file than a non-provisional Utility Patent Application. Although Provisional Applications receive almost no scrutiny at the time of their filing, they will be reviewed at the time a corresponding Non-Provisional Patent Application is filed, so applicants filing Provisional Applications should take care to disclose the "best mode" and meet the "enablement" requirement and establish novelty. A Provisional Application provides temporary and limited protection for the inventor of the covered item. Filing a Provisional Application establishes an early filing date for your corresponding Non-Provisional Patent Application. In contrast, a Non-Provisional Patent Application is an application for the grant of a full patent, which, if issued, will provide complete patent protection for the applicant's invention.
What is the difference between a saw horse and a mule?
saw horse is a tool a mule is an animal

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