Originally Posted by BarelyAWake
It isn't that he's no longer making sprocket adapters - just that he's no longer willing to deal directly with the customer for making custom adapters...
Which in all honesty I really can't blame him for, although it is a shame.
Additionally, I hope like heck he does have a patent, it wouldn't prevent others from making that product (if anything it would encourage it) - it would simply provide him some small percentage on the sales of what we all agree is a much appreciated invention.
Yep it is only fair that inventors get a percentage of sells of there products , I mean look what happened to the wright brothers , and is an fact though that patents run out ! In the case of Nikola Tesla proves that , patents are very hard to get and you “must” have an attorney and a lot of $$$$$$$$ money invested in something that may not go anywhere