The Finger-Friendly Pinchless Hinge
An entirely new method of hinging prevents any gap between the door and the door frame which, in turn, eliminates any chance of fingers or toes from being pinched at the hinged end.
I have invented a totally new type of door hinge that cannot crush, or even pinch fingers and hands. There is no gap - so there is no way to get pinched.
I have a working prototype and a video of it in operation. A young boy has his finger pressed up against the hinge while the door is being swung in and out, and is not harmed in the slightest.
I have a sell sheet made. I have done research on the best manufacturers and distributors to make and market this product. I have a provisional patent for it.
The hinge is strong, attractive, very break-in resistant, and can be easily mass produced.
I have another idea for the opposite end (jamb end) of the door that greatly reduces injury when the door is closed on fingers. These two ideas will nicely compliment each other, but can be used separately also.
This reduced-injury jamb idea will be extremely easy for a door manufacturer to produce. They will only have to make minor changes to the way they already make their doors. and jambs.T his means that this idea could be put on the market quickly and begin generating profits in a relatively short amount of time.
These two features are going to eventually become the standard for how doors are made. With billions of doors in the word, these ideas have incredible potential.
Problem this idea/invention addresses:
The Pinchless Hinge eliminates the risk of injury due to pinching at the hinged end of the door or cabinet.
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