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David Crampton carpenter and joiner

Postby midge » Sun Jul 04, 2010 6:02 am

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Hi all I would like to introduce myself .I started creating new ideas as a kid with no money and this led me to a construction job. My first invention was the frame reader which i developed for the remote fitting of timber doors . All my ideas as simple and are from my head alone I use professional to do the patent work but this costs big time.

Re: David Crampton carpenter and joiner

Postby Scrupulous » Mon Jul 12, 2010 9:49 am

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Welcome to the forums, Midge.

Do you have a link to your frame reader? or some more info perhaps?

Re: David Crampton carpenter and joiner

Postby midge » Sat Jul 24, 2010 9:41 am

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The frame reader allowed the fitter to record the undulations of the frame and transfer this to the door. Basically an adjustable paten. This allows the fitter to remote fit all the doors and minimize the mess in the customers home.

Re: David Crampton carpenter and joiner

Postby midge » Sat Aug 21, 2010 6:17 am

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Lesson #13 What Do You need to STOP Doing as an Inventor? ...

Any one that wants to chuck money at the idea good look and i would not challenge any one.

Re: David Crampton carpenter and joiner

Postby mikestock » Fri Aug 27, 2010 1:29 pm

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HI David,

Are you from Magic Fit and if so, do you know James Coulson?

Re: David Crampton carpenter and joiner

Postby midge » Sat Nov 13, 2010 5:01 am

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Yes i am from MagicFit Ltd
And No i do not even know what this guy looks like or have ever had any contact with him . I am product developer for MagicFit and all the products that i develop are out of my own head. I have no interest in taking credit for other peoples efforts unlike others. I am not hard to contact and have absolutely nothing to hide . Hope this answers your questions Mike.

Re: David Crampton carpenter and joiner

Postby Roger Brown » Sat Nov 13, 2010 8:24 pm

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Hi Midge,

Lesson #13 What Do You need to STOP Doing as an Inventor? ...

Any one that wants to chuck money at the idea good look and i would not challenge any one.


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I like the reference to the thread I started. I appreciate any additons you would like to add to it. :D
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Re: David Crampton carpenter and joiner

Postby midge » Sun Nov 14, 2010 12:27 pm

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Nice site Rodger played one of your intervews and found it interesting to put a voice to a face. Good look with any new projects . :)

Re: David Crampton carpenter and joiner

Postby Let-Them-Fly » Sun Nov 14, 2010 3:06 pm

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Hi Dave,

Just thought I'd pop in here and tell you how much I like the looks of your MagicGripper devices! Talk about a handy item to have on a work site!!

In your video you're using it to stabilize a door while you plane it.... how did you do it, or how many people did it take to do it, before the MagicGripper?

Excellent!

Re: David Crampton carpenter and joiner

Postby midge » Sat Nov 20, 2010 5:44 am

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Hi Frank
In the old days joiner used to make saw horses this may of been made from scrap but takes time to make and time can be money. i.e. was taught to sharpen and set my hand saws but now i just buy a new one and the cutting edge lasts longer and cuts faster even on the return stroke. It would not be the first time that I have seen someone holding a door steady while the other person is planning it. Magic grippers are plug and play and have many jobs on my sites :) Take care Frank

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