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ewanspence

posted on 7/6/06 at 10:21 AM Reply With Quote
Patent?

Ooops, I meant this to be in the last thread for the DIY bead breaker

I think I will patent it and sell the plans on Haynes....could make me a fortune.

"how to make a bead breaker" for less than 2p

[Edited on 7/6/06 by ewanspence]





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Peteff

posted on 7/6/06 at 10:23 AM Reply With Quote
I think the lever has already been invented might be worth a try though.





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iank

posted on 7/6/06 at 10:28 AM Reply With Quote
Unfortunately you can't put pictures on a public website and then decide to get a patent

I think a book of home-made tools (benders, engine cranes & stands etc) would go down very well if Haynes decided to publish it.

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DaveFJ

posted on 7/6/06 at 10:54 AM Reply With Quote
don't forget my sheet metal 'joggler' in that book!


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ewanspence

posted on 7/6/06 at 10:56 AM Reply With Quote
we could just create the book ourselves and keep it all in this thread!!

Photos, diagrams etc





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NigeEss

posted on 7/6/06 at 11:51 AM Reply With Quote
Variation on the theme........


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