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At 5:26pm on August 7, 2009, Jeff Gawronski said…
Will do! Glad to hear your CordSnake will be a part of our site.
At 7:11pm on August 17, 2009, Blaise Farese said…
Hey Mike hows it going? See you are still at it. Thats good man. As you know becasuse of the economy my product is about net zero. Just got an order for a dozen Trimmasters, first in 4 months. What we need is a phalanthropist to help us out. Trying to sell mine, know any companies that are buying?
Good to talk to you again
Blaise
At 11:47pm on August 17, 2009, Richard Todnem said…
Hi Mike,

I will check with my website guy about the Stud horse video. I'm not sure how large it is or how to upload, but I would like to add it to this site. Really appreciate your tenacity and willingness to share.
Thanks again,
Richard
At 12:34pm on August 21, 2009, Mike S. said…
Thanks Mike,
I am just getting familiar w/ your site prior to uploading any info.

Mike
At 7:24pm on August 27, 2009, Marjorie Hall said…
nta Cruz CA in the 1989 earthquake which was also successful and sold in the tents they had setup there. It is also in the library at UCSC. Title is Get Up WE Need To SEE YOU STanding.
At 7:29pm on August 27, 2009, Marjorie Hall said…
Most of my comment did not go through. I had a successful product which sold on QVC. I learned very fast how to sell an idea mfg shipping etc. I also saved much money by doing my prov. patent patent search drawings myself. Now I would like to help others to save money with their ideas. So if anyone would need my help on their idea they can email me brandy2102003@yahoo.com. I also did video tapes which part of my comment is on the other comment which only half went through. I am now also in sales trying a new venture there.
At 11:45pm on August 27, 2009, Dino Makropoulos said…
Hi Mike.
Thanks for providing a good place for ides and networking.
I hope to provide and learn some good info.
Thanks and I will try to help your concept because I like it.
Good luck and Good luck.
ycf dino
eurekazone
At 2:45pm on September 5, 2009, Jerry Scott Sandlin said…
No I have not gotten any protection for it yet ,any suggestions will be greatly appreaciated
At 8:43am on September 10, 2009, richard f. kutschman said…
Mike: My invention is protected by patent. It is an insulated crawlspace vent that is designed like a picture frame that glues in the block from the outside and has
2" of foam insulation and a screen mounted on the inside. The object is to have a vent that attaches by glueing to the outside, and allows an insulated door to be removed for summer and installed for winter. I can fax info pictures, but don't have the knowledge to upload on pc.
At 12:50am on September 11, 2009, Leslie Holdiman said…
Thanks for the welcome Mike.
How Do I get my information on my invention to you to be posted.
At 10:58am on September 11, 2009, Leslie Holdiman said…
Wire pulling in cable trays and 2” or larger conduit with a replacement pull string can be very time consuming. Not necessarily pulling the wire through the cable tray or conduit, but untangling the replacement string pulled with the wire. As the wire is pulled, along with the replacement string, it twists and turns as it is being pulled, thus wrapping the string around the wire. Depending on several factors, such as length of the pull, corners, wire type and amount of wire being pulled, it can take up to an hour and many trips up and down ladders just to untangle the replacement string. The WYNG is made from 1/8” X .060” spring steel and is very durable. The prototype has been used to pull over two million feet of data wire with no sign of significant damage. With this in mind B & L Tools feels that there is no other product on the market that can do what the WYNG does. Saving Time and Money Equals “THE WYNG” The WYNG was designed, built and tested for pulling electrical wire through cable trays and conduit 2 inch and larger (while at the same time pulling in a replacement string for further wire pulls) without the string getting tangled in the wire. The hours saved for one company, for one week was approximately ten hours just for one worker. These hours could have been used elsewhere thus greatly improving production. The device also greatly improved safety as the amount of time not climbing or moving ladders and working overhead was reduced. The WYNG will pay for itself with the first wire pull and will continue to save labor cost with each use there after. For more information Contact: B & L TOOLS 86082 CENTRAL RD. EUGENE, OREGON 97402 541-935-6065 holdiman@hughes.net I've been in the cabling industry for the last fourteen years and I have pulled my fair share of voice/data cable over those years. One of the most frustrating aspects of pulling wire in a cabling tray system is the follow up / replacement pull string. It's frustrating because the pull string always gets twisted in the cabling wire limiting the use of the pull string to just a few pulls, then the string has to be re-pulled in the cable tray or cleared from the cable by getting on ladders and hanging over the cable tray and untangling the string by either shaking the string from the cable or cutting the string lose and unwrapping the string and then retying the string that has already been pulled. But thanks to a new device called the WYNG that frustrating aspect of pulling wire has been eliminated. The design of the WYNG makes it possible to pull wire with a follow up pull string that does not get twisted in the cable allowing the follow up / replacement pull string to be used I'd have to say this is the best and only labor saving device I have ever used to pull wire that actually works and I will never pull another wire without it. The WYNG is awesome! Dan Evans B & L TOOLS 86082 CENTRAL RD. EUGENE, OREGON 97402 541-935-6065 holdiman@hughes.net *Patent Pending

At 3:43pm on September 13, 2009, Jeff Gawronski said…
Mike did you see the Right Brush on Yak About It yesterday? Mark commented about your invention today and it made me think he'd probably like this site.
-Jeff
At 3:29pm on September 23, 2009, Tim Lehmkuhl said…
I have not filed any patent info yet, what I am working on has many possible looks to it. I am not sure if I have to file a seperate application for each look.Is there any other means of protection besides having someone sign a confidential letter for infringement purposes?
At 8:33pm on September 23, 2009, Allan Thorne said…
Hi Mike. I am from Santa Cruz also.
At 8:34pm on September 23, 2009, Tim Lehmkuhl said…
Is it then safe for you to disclose to potential clients the idea/concept of the invention. I believe mine falls in the design patent area.
At 9:46pm on September 23, 2009, Tim Lehmkuhl said…
Thank you, I guess I am being overly cautious, not trusting anyone! Have you had other clients submit to you this non-disclosure form for you to sign, and if so
have they disclosed then their invention?
PS Do you sleep?
At 7:33am on September 24, 2009, Allan Thorne said…
Mike, I live in Felton. I like your product! We should get together sometime to chat...
At 9:15am on September 24, 2009, Tim Lehmkuhl said…
Is there a general NDC form I can download Mike?
At 10:13am on September 24, 2009, Tim Lehmkuhl said…
I keep wondering if what I am looking at falls into the construction field terms. The best I can come up with would be using the word "fixture".
At 11:48pm on September 24, 2009, Allan Thorne said…
I will try and give you a call when I get a spare moment!

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