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OUR RECENT PUBLISHED ISSUED PATENTS AND PATENT APPLICATIONS
OLDER: 2018 SmartBins, Inc ® USPTO Gazette, ISSUED PATENT US20180218562A1, David Conway’s Patent “Bulk Food Integrated Scale System.”
This new invention is meant to increase the efficiency of buying bulk foods. It does this by using a uniquely configured and positioned digital scale which is inserted into the bulk food dispensing system. This is used to properly portion out your food as well as using this information to print out a special slip that contains information based on the portion. This slip is then used at the register for purchase as well.
USPTO Gazette publishes client-inventors Carissa, Jack, and Nancy Goldner’s Patent Application for a new saddle carrier and storage bin!
This new invention updates the traditional saddle rack or saddle carrier which stores your saddle inside of a box and does not allow for the saddle to rest in its natural position as it would on a horses back. This adds unnecessary stress to the saddle and causes it to break down faster than it should. This invention not only allows the saddle to rest in the natural position but also does not sacrifice the storage space by allowing for a storage container inside the saddle rest.
Congratulations Carissa, Jack, and Nancy! NOTICE: Pat. Pending U.S. 2018/0093879
USPTO Gazette publishes client-inventor Jaime Torres’ patent application for his new method for the manufacture of auto body line templates to fix damaged auto bodies!
Torres’ method features templates used as a guide to restore the original shape of the body line on a damaged body panel. The templates are also used as a guide to more easily perfect the body lines by manipulating the applied body filler. In this way, repair time is reduced by as much as seventy-five per cent!
Congrats Jaime! NOTICE: Pat.Pending U.S.15/913,813.
USPTO Gazette publishes client-inventor Que Bottle Co.s’ Patent Application for a new Helically Collapsible Beverage Bottle known as the Que Bottle.
This new bottle uses an innovative, ergonomically and aesthetically pleasing design. The bottle offers a solution to the problem of poorly designed reusable bottles that are uncomfortable to hold as well as inconvenient to store by introducing this new collapsible design which makes it comfortable as well as being easy to store in an effort to make reusable bottles more readily available to all!
Congratulations Que! NOTICE: Pat. Pending U.S. 62/333,014
USPTO Gazette publishes client-inventor Jan Gillespies’ Patent Application for a new Shopping Cart Clamp- And- Conceal Stepping Stool.
This new invention offers a solution to shoppers who have problems needing to reach the items on the top shelf. Although some stores do offer step stools for customers in need they are sometimes bulky and not easily moveable. This new type of stool however, is designed to be attached to, and concealed on the base of your cart. This will remove the need to call for assistance while shopping and allowing for more independence in the store.
Congratulations Jan! NOTICE: Pat. Pending U.S. 15/448,559
USPTO Gazette publishes client-inventors Steve Kilner and Sean Mann’s Patent Application for Systems and Methods for Data-Driven Process Visualization known as Vuzop!
This new system provides a new way to visualize your business plan, using a Virtual Reality space! The invention constructs Virtual Reality models of business and organization operations. They contain VR visual representations of a business’s facilities, assets, processes, organization or other logical structures or useful management concepts. These provide visual representations of activities, workflow and other events that occur in the course of the business’s operations. The model is also able to support camera feeds that are projected onto objects within the model, enabling real-world visibility within the animated model. With six degrees of freedom in movement through the world, and elaborate options controlling the location, speed and direction of time. Users may also collaborate with each other by occupying the same VR model simultaneously and communicating with each other visually and through audio.
Congratulations Steve and Sean! NOTICE: Pat. Pending U.S. 2018/0308024
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