By B. Edward Shlesinger
Men and girls, old and young, often say to me "What we want is 'a-watcha-ma-call-it', why do not you're employed on it?" or "I've bought an concept, you must take into consideration it", or "The challenge with this factor is-, why cannot you invent anything to unravel it?" while humans locate that i'm an inventor they by some means believe that i've got the single set of keys which opens all doorways. now not so! This ebook should still supply a suite for everybody. every one folks has latent artistic skill, yet such a lot do not understand this simply because they think a number of talented individuals are creative. in simple terms after years of inventing did I become aware of that there's no nice secret concerned and that anybody can invent if she or he follows a list till all of the percentages are ex hausted. My longtime wish has been to offer to academics and scholars in every single place, and at each point of schooling, a sim ple, functional, and methodical method of invention and so elevate manifold the standard person's inventive skill. This e-book realizes that dream.
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The major physical components of the matchbook are the cover, the striker, the match and the fastener. The cover and most of the match are made from paper, the fastener from metal, and the striker from a chemical composition. The match also includes the igniter material. Data- What Is It? / 47 FIGURE 7. Package of Matchbooks Example 6. You can consider changing the composition of anyone or all of the various components of the matchbook. Instead of a metal fastener, you could use glue. You could waterproof the striker and match head by changing the ignition material.
A blackboard eraser is moved by hand in a sweeping arc-like stroke when used on the board. The stroke is similar to that of a windshield wiper. You can apply this action to a mechanism to which the eraser is attached for the purpose of cleaning the board as shown in Figure 23. Data-Functions, Principles and Use / 65 Wiper Wiper Wiper FIGURE 23. Blackboard With Wiper Blades Note the three blades will cover the entire board. All blades could be driven from a single motor and timed so that they would not interfere with each other.
Similarly, matches may be difficult to light in windy places. The problem of correcting this might lead you to consider a wind guard for matches. See Figure 22. -Wind Guard - - .... FIGURE 22. ' I __--, ... r-- Wind Guard Matchbook With Wind Guard The side flaps serve as wind guards and fold in over the matches when not in use. How is it usedl An inventor should study all the various ways in which an invention is used in order to improve the invention and apply the concept to other fields. A thorough understanding of the method of operation might lead to a fundamental improvement in operation.
How to Invent: A Text for Teachers and Students by B. Edward Shlesinger