We need structure on this part since it is actually the foundation of the Patent Application for Manmotor. Now that we have some text that we have written on the present invention and reviewed many times over, have lived the invention over and over for the past eight months or so, the baby is ready to pop out. Nine months, about the same as getting your wife pregnant and then poof your a dad in one day, geeze. Now that's how an inventor usually treats his or her new invention, like a baby and that is very common because of the amount of time and energy that the inventor has expended throughout the primary inventive phase. This phase is always the hardest, many concepts, and many ideas of how to do it better and so on. An inventor is usually never completely satisfied with his or her invention after it exists in it's first product form. All the way up to that point is great, and the inventor is really focused on a goal, but when the first sellable product from his or her invention finally emerges from the manufacturing line. The inventor usually has already got an additional idea to enhance the performance of it, or add an attachment to it he may have thought of or designed before, but prior to the first tangible product from his or her invention had been focused on the anticipated first run product of his or her invention. That is why you never file for a Patent prior to your device being reduced to practice. That is why and when we file for a Provisional Patent and if your one year clock on the provisional ticks past a year then you will need to either have the product completely reduced to practice and your attorney will inform you to file a Patent Application with the claims, or file a Non Provisional Patent which includes the claims. So either way you end up doing it, the point is that after you disclose to someone your invention without express written limitation to disclosure to a third party, you have one year from that date to file a Provisional Patent Application, after you have filed for a Provisional Patent you have one year from that date to either file a Non Provisional and supply the USPTO with the claims or, have your product reduced to practice within one year from the filing date of the Provisional Patent Application and have your attorney ready to file for a Patent on your product.
Now we are dealing with paperwork issues and exact working characteristics and how they apply to the present invention. What do we really have here .
Broadest Claim ( preliminary )
Apparatus machine, rotating wheel, kinetic, inertia momentum. Including method and apparatus to accumulate and store electrical energy. Powered by a human being.
I claim :
1. A human powered motor, comprising : (a) a mainframe structure ; (b) a pimary wheel supported by said mainframe structure ; (c) two subframe structures ; (d) two secondary wheels supported respectively by two said subframe structures ; (e) a drive wheel ; and (f) a load wheel .
This is in reality what our invention is, a Man Motor, it's that simple. The electricity can be accumulated at the load wheel and there is no reason to complicate this invention, as I have written in earlier text, there is no novelty in gathering and storing electrical energy and in fact we need to keep it on a conventional platform. So I could put a nutcracker on the load wheel, a blender, anything I want, just so happens within this application I example the electrical energy accumulating and storing method later on. To complicated for right now in the Provisional Patent Draft . Remember the entire goal for you as an inventor is to invent, that means the paperwork has to be done by you and then handed over to your patent attorney. In this Provisional Patent Draft to your attorney, is the key in making your invention itself a success for you to tell others about, and not how someone took your idea and made one for themselves. Remember a patent attorney is not the inventor of the product , yet they are forced by wanna be inventors to almost design the invention out themselves, this will never make you a success as an independent inventor.
The very root of this basic Manmotor as read in (a) , simply recites a mainframe and sounds like it's really not that big of a deal. Build a frame to hold a rotating wheel, that's so easy I could have done it in about ten minutes or so. This is a very good example to understand on how a simple frame can become a valuable claim in a patent application, and your secret to the success and longevity of the profits made from your invention.
When Fig. 11 is viewed it shows an embodiment of the mainframe of the present invention and the two respective sub frames. The embodiment also exhibits the pivot points and wheel mounting locations. What it doesn't show is the other side of the framework. This will be exhibited on mm015 and for example the primary wheel (b) as claimed simply rotatably connects at 90. and that the secondary wheels (d) as claimed rotatably connect at 91. and 92. in retrospect upon subframes (c) that are pivotally attached respectively at 89. and 88. and that drive wheel (e) is rotatably attached to 93. and that the load wheel (f) rotatably attached at 106.and 107. and it's that simple, no rocket science.