I was raised in Kansas working on a farm and around mechanical equipment. My father came to me on my 10th birthday and asked me what I wanted and I said a set of socket tools. I had been collecting 2 stroke gas washing machine engines at that time, and trying to make them run. I got my first set of socket tools then at 10, which I still have today 53 years later. I remember going out to my fathers shop and wanting to be a mechanic/welder for my work trade in the future. I progressed from collecting washing machine engines to repairing lawn mowers, and at the age of 14 began working on my motorcycle engine. I then enlisted in job Corps when I was 19, and began my heavy equipment mechanic trade there. At 21the mechanic trade took me through places in Utah, California, Nevada and eventually back to Kansas. At the age of 38 I was working for a John Deere dealership as a top knotch John Deere mechanic.
I was a smaller man compared to most mechanics I worked around and realized I had to learn electrical and hydraulics to excell in the heavy equipment trade. While working for Cat and John Deere dealerships I went to their technical schools that were teaching the physics of electrons, fluid power, and pneumatic gasses. I became a valuable mechanic and remain valuable today because of my knowledege and experience with mechanical things.
I am the type of person that loves the feeling of learning how things work together, things with gears, fluid, and electricity. I remain continually searching for facts and contemplating new possibilities in attempts to interpret the unknown about an useen damaging noise coming from a mechanical machine while operating.
Patentable inventions are mechanical artwork, and lifeofinventing.com is a website that exists for anyone wanting to invent and patent a useful product. The parent website deighta.com was used as an inventors notebook. I wrote the book Life Of Inventing after organizing the notebook into a factual recipe for anyone wanting to aquire a U.S. Patent for a useful invention they may have.
Innovation and excellent design work produce products that work as anticipated and hold up for over twenty years. I have many years of mechanical experiences and have been issued three U.S. Patents. The information in the book Life Of Inventing is a step by step formula that worked for me several times and has helped me to be more creative.
Dale G. Basgall U.S. Patents in diverse mechanical art.
Your product patent rights last twenty years, and the royalties you will be able to collect are based entirely on the written and allowed claims in the issued patent. Your inventors notebook and provisional patent paperwork is the backbone to your invention product value.
Rare energy source, Hawaiian Style The above link is to example the power potential of a natural phenomena and how quickly your great idea and work could be ended when working with an unknown energy potential.