WHY PATENT PUZZLES ??

WHY PATENT PUZZLES instead of CLOTHES TREE BASES ? Deciding to send a patent request for PUZZLES instead of CLOTHES TREE BASES was difficult. The final decision came down to DISTRIBUTION and HOW MUCH GOOD would either patent have on the future. Although, I'd like to have patent protection for PUZZLES and CLOTHES TREE BASES, I needed to choose one or the other.

Distribution of CLOTHES TREE BASES might reach 2,000 or 3,000. Although I will not have total protection for the manufacture of CLOTHES TREE BASES, I should be able to make clothes trees without holding a patent. In my shop, I might make 50 or 100 before people get tired of looking at them.

THREE PIECE MORTISE BLOCK PUZZLES on the other hand may distribute between 100,000 and 250,000 worldwide. These little PUZZLES will become an inspiration for others. Down the road, thousands of inventors will be inspired to use this design as a 'subassembly' to make other structures. I have already thought of other uses for this design. Clothes tree bases, three legged tables, three legged stools, Vertical AXIS turbines, Pedestal table bases. I'm giving away all my secrets. Better be quiet !

SALES
The wooden version of this puzzle is expensive to HAND CRAFT.
Costs include materials, labor, insurance, overhead and shipping.
It's hard to believe this sort of thing is available
for the low prices they are being offered for.
NEW JERSEY is so expensive, I can't afford to sell
for less than $25.00 per THREE PIECE TRIANGLE PUZZLE,
PLUS $5.00 shipping & handling.
BREAK EVEN WHOLESALE PRICE,
will be $50.00 per six piece HEXAGON PUZZLE,
PLUS $5.00 shipping & handling.
Please use the front page
contact information to place an order. THANK-YOU.
AVAILABLE WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.
THEN I'll simply need to craft more PUZZLES.

PRICE WILL BE CONSIDERABLY LOWER WHEN
THEY ARE MASS PRODUCED FROM PLASTIC. Thank-you


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