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Collect royalties if Eagle Innovations™ commercializes your new product at no
cost to you.  Click on Product Development Scenario for royalty information.

What manufacturing solutions or improvements are needed to increase quality or productivity?

How would you upgrade old methods with new technologies or materials?

What new tool would help building contractors do their jobs better?

Production, Material Handling, MRO Tools, Dock & Door, Safety Devices or any other
mechanical or electro-mechanical products?  Lower-tech products would bring royalties much
sooner than higher-tech products and with less R&D costs.

             Click on the following LINKS for detailed information.

The broader the market the greater the potential royalties
; material handling for instance.
Your idea could have offshoots into other applications or markets.  It could even be the start of a  
new line of products that could continue to grow.  
(A non-industrial product must solve a significant
problem in a very large market to be of interest; a contractor's tool for instance.)

Together we can design and build your machine or mechanism, have it manufactured and
market it globally.  Your name would be on the patent.

Fill out the above Confidentiality Agreement to protect yourself before disclosing product
Copy it to a word document to fill out, then e-mail it back or surface mail it.  (Delete the
empty blank lines first.)  I will cosign it and return it to you.  Then you can disclose your idea to me
in confidence
.  If you already have a patent or a patent pending, skip this and send your invention.

eagle-innovations@tds.net to ask specific questions about submitting your idea.  
Leave a phone number, the best time to call and your time zone.  I look forward to discussing your
idea with you.
 If you're not ready to fill out the form yet, we can just talk about it first.  

Financial Disclosure Statement
Eagle Innovations has no capital of its own to invest in your new product.  It would need to have
such profit potential that it would be attractive to an investor.  If I thought it did, I would present it
to one, but they are extremely selective.  Very few inventions rise even to the bar of interest.  It
would have to be a game changer, not just an improvement on an existing product.

David Dunning