Our broadest claim for features and sales points for our invention have been evaluated and understood that in order for sales to "work hard" and continue to be motivated, people have to make money for the effort of distributing and taking the risk of selling a new product financially investing in it as well as the liabilities that may come from the usages of the device.
Our claim is producing hydrogen to fuel an electrical generating device that stores up the electricity for later usage in the event the grid power is not available. The hydrogen can be used as a heating fuel also as it is being produced from the motion of living matter or a Human being.
How to do that is limited by the value others place on the device invention, both monitary and functionality (usefulness). Below are items to complete systematically for the invention to develop into the best it can be.
Where we should be at this point in the invention process :
At this point in time with the invention process of our invention here on this site named as the Man Motor Project, you should compare it to your current information for your invention and where you may be in your own invention project. It would be an ideal situation at this point in the Patent Provisional Draft #1 since we have now the broadest claim for features of the invention, that several things have already taken place and they are ;
(a) the product to come from the project is clear, the features are useful and new ; (b) the product to come from the project was positively accepted by 80% of the people it was disclosed to ; (c) those people after hearing the disclosed information were willing to purchase the end product for (x)cash ; (d) the claims you contend your product will accomplish have been clarified ; (e) a minimum of 26 pages (a to z) of text directly relating to your project , that you have written, and in specific, 1.- why you thought of the idea or concept and when did you initially think of it, 2.- what motivates you to continue and how do you claim your new and useful product should have merit, 3.- a description of the new product to come along with a name for it , 4.- why you feel many people will purchase and use your product outcome from your project, 5.- what people have told you regarding their view of your project product to come, 6.- exact details of how the product can be used and made, 7.- who your targeted audience or intended end user will be, 8.- a total of time and materials to date including expences, total cash compensation dollar value.
(f) a sketch of the product invention just to point out the items involved ; (g) drawings of all the items included in the scetch that your product is comprised of ; (h) a detailed description of the invention that refers back to each drawing.
Before writing the first draft using your notes as written above in text, you should already have one unit sold of your intended product based on the description of it and it's features to someone, that will agree to purchase the first one off the manufacturing line. The invention product does not have to be made yet, just a good description of it to a known manufacturer or business person who will agree to purchase the first one of your inventions for a specific price. That needs to be reduced into writing and signed. You need more than just the idea before anyone could ever feel a result or benefit from your actual end product to come, so you really need to be reassured at this point that after you do another half year of paperwork and continued expences that your not going to have a sad lost my idea story to tell others and relatives.
The picture above is of me almost thirty years ago, this picture was take at Kenny Roberts Ranch in Oakdale, California. I have been professionally inventing since before that picture by a couple years. Like that old picture, it does nothing except recite the fact that we really understand as to how our invention wheels are going to spin. There is alot of knowledge that comes with over thirty years of racing on two wheels. As the riding motorcyles is part of me, so is this patenting paperwork and design of the new and useful invention(s), ManMotor .