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Invention Factory Blueprint I found an epigraph In a book of Ernest Setton Tompson: ”Tasted

Invention Factory Blueprint

I found an epigraph In a book of Ernest Setton Tompson:

”Tasted the fruits of the torment of thirst, I dug a well, from which would be drinking other people”.

I dug a well, from which would be drinking other people”. © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting,
How everything started? My name is Mark Aretskin. I am an Engineer. © Mark Aretskin,

How everything started?

My name is Mark Aretskin. I am an Engineer.

How everything started? My family legend says that I started to walk independently when I

How everything started?

My family legend says that I started to walk independently when I was approximately one year old.

I saw a rotating wheel of a turned over wheelbarrow.

I drop my grandfather hand, and walk forward to my new toy. Grandfather proclamed that I will be a mechanic.

God knows, how he was right.

that I will be a mechanic. God knows, how he was right . © Mark Aretskin,
How everything started? I remember one evening in November 1963 when I was 3 years

How everything started?

I remember one evening in November 1963 when I was 3 years old.

I was sick like a dog with cold.

Grandmother did not let me out of the bed. My father Michail Aretskin, return from work and told, that Soviet Union just sent another rocket in space.

told, that Soviet Union just sent another rocket in space. My Father Michael Aretskin Still in

My Father Michael Aretskin Still in uniform of Sr. lieutenant 1945 WWII just ended.

Still in uniform of Sr. lieutenant 1945 WWII just ended. Me and “Ant” Olya in Mo

Me and “Ant” Olya in Moscow Bauman’s Garden. Winter 1963-64

Photo by Marc Ruboid RU63

How everything started? He start to make paper cones and explane 3 years old how

How everything started?

He start to make paper cones and explane 3 years old how rockets work. He also told me, that when I grew up, I will build space rockets. I just reply: “Sure Father.”

Now, when my signature on parts for all major American Lounch Wehecles, I am puzeled: “How he knew about it then ?”

Wehecles, I am puzeled: “How he knew about it then ?” © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting,
How everything started? My Father introduce me to The Erector Set. It was very expensive

How everything started?

My Father introduce me to The Erector Set. It was very expensive toy it cost him 10% of his monthly salary. He tought me how to work with common manual tools.

I am building different models since.

common manual tools. I am building different models since. © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting, LLC, PerfectInvention.com
How everything started? We spend summer time near the Moscow in Monino, were my grandmather

How everything started?

How everything started? We spend summer time near the Moscow in Monino, were my grandmather has

We spend summer time near the Moscow in Monino, were my grandmather has a sommerhouse.

There located Russian Airforce Academy, named after Yuri Gagarin, which prepar Russian Cosmonavts. There National Aerospace Museum.

Plains of all models use to fly over my head evry 10-15 minutes. Then I could distinguish them by sound of the motor. It was like a music.

When time come I dreamwed to become an aerospace Engineer.

How everything started? I graduated from Moscow State Technical University MADI- Road Machinery department and

How everything started?

How everything started? I graduated from Moscow State Technical University MADI- Road Machinery department and start

I graduated from Moscow State Technical University MADI- Road Machinery department and start to work in a company, which

build regional steam stations and garbage incinerators.

build regional steam stations and garbage incinerators. © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting, LLC, PerfectInvention.com
How everything started? From there I jump to PhD program in Industrial Research Institute and

How everything started?

How everything started? From there I jump to PhD program in Industrial Research Institute and simultaneously

From there I jump to PhD program in Industrial Research Institute and simultaneously start to work as Lead Testing Engineer in Special Design Burrow for Design Tower Building Cranes. We tested strength and weaknesses of cranes structures with different nondestructive methods (NDT). In 1989 we build a first in the country independent ISO9000 certification laboratory.

How everything started? I had immigrate in USA in 1991. Since then: I participated in

How everything started?

I had immigrate in USA in 1991. Since then:

started? I had immigrate in USA in 1991. Since then: I participated in development of wafer

I participated in development of wafer handling and inspection robots for Hewlett Packard, Western Digital, IBM, Nikon, and OKI; Design and development of new Cargo Loading Systems for Boeing and Airbus; Production of Hardware for Atlas, Delta, Titan, Space Shuttle and international Space Station programs; Software development ; Design, prototyping and testing Microwave Antennas and Radars.

prototyping and testing Microwave Antennas and Radars. © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting, LLC, PerfectInvention.com
prototyping and testing Microwave Antennas and Radars. © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting, LLC, PerfectInvention.com
prototyping and testing Microwave Antennas and Radars. © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting, LLC, PerfectInvention.com
prototyping and testing Microwave Antennas and Radars. © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting, LLC, PerfectInvention.com
My Business I am helping inventors to obtain necessary services and collecting vendors – service

My Business

I am helping inventors to obtain necessary services and collecting vendors – service providers, by providing threm with a platform to advertise their services to inventors.

Why inventors?

I am an Inventor.

I am deeply related with their dreams, desires and fear.

My Business All businesses drven by supply and demand. Supply of Inventors enormose. Simple test

My Business

All businesses drven by supply and demand.

Supply of Inventors enormose.

Simple test –3 line add on Facebook shows, that in a portion of English speaking world (America, Mexico, Brazil and Australia) 22 mln peoples

interested in Inventions and Innovations.

Demand. Inventors come in rows. They come from evry Age, Income, Race, Education level. Because of that, they have different knowlage or access to resources.

My Business My company Perfectinvention.com providing help in: • Initial Idea development; • Assistance with

My Business

My company Perfectinvention.com providing help in:

• Initial Idea development;

• Assistance with patent and other form of intellectual property protection;

• Engineering design;

• Prototyping;

• Production sourcing assistance;

• Assistance with marketing and sale;

My Business However I am not a Jack-of-All trades. Personally I am helping with Initial

My Business

However I am not a Jack-of-All trades.

Personally I am helping with Initial Idea Development and Engineering Design.

with Initial Idea Development and Engineering Design. You can see some samples of my work on
with Initial Idea Development and Engineering Design. You can see some samples of my work on
with Initial Idea Development and Engineering Design. You can see some samples of my work on
with Initial Idea Development and Engineering Design. You can see some samples of my work on

You can see some samples of my work on the Perfect Invention website.

http://perfectinvention.com

My Business I am based out of Irvine, California, near the intersection of Research and

My Business

My Business I am based out of Irvine, California, near the intersection of Research and Inquiry,

I am based out of Irvine, California, near the intersection of Research and Inquiry, and have good working relations with machine shops in Orange County and Los Angeles.

I have been working with them for more then ten years.

For a list of vendors please see the website:

http://aml-consulting.weebly.com/vendors.html

Invention Factory Blueprint In this presentation I will describe a development methodology which I had

Invention Factory Blueprint

In this presentation I will describe a development methodology which I had learn when was an engineering student and continue use for last 30 years.

This methodology is a missing link between just an Idea you get and Perfect Invention you desire to create.

To explain it I wrote and published an ebook

“Invention Factory Blueprint”

and published an ebook “Invention Factory Blueprint” This ebook is available at:

This ebook is available at:

http://perfectinvention.com/Invention_Factory_Blueprint

Invention Factory Blueprint It is unfortunate to see that many inventors rush to build a

Invention Factory Blueprint

It is unfortunate to see that many inventors rush to build a prototype or elaborate schematic of huge development only to learn that their creation blow up in their face as “Premature detonation” as was well described by Jeff’s Dunham an Ahmed-the Dead Terrorist.

described by Jeff’s Dunham an Ahmed-the Dead Terrorist. © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting, LLC, PerfectInvention.com
Invention Factory Blueprint Most of us - Inventors use to a process of “Trials and

Invention Factory Blueprint

Invention Factory Blueprint Most of us - Inventors use to a process of “Trials and Improvements”.
Invention Factory Blueprint Most of us - Inventors use to a process of “Trials and Improvements”.

Most of us - Inventors use to a process of “Trials and Improvements”.

And this process is somewhat tedious and chaotic.

The lessons learned from this process are costly and time consuming.

Edison said once that he discovered 10000 ways how not to do things.

Invention Factory Blueprint From my book you will learn:  • Basic Principles of Te

Invention Factory Blueprint

From my book you will learn:

• Basic Principles of Technical System Evolution;

• Challenge Formulation for New Technical Solutions Synthesis;

• Objective formulation for a synthesis of new technical solutions;

• How to analyze Objectives;

• Technical Solution search strategy;

• What type of resources are available: Books, Software etc;

• How to analyze Technical Solutions;

• How to select the Technical Solutions.

You will also learn:

How perfectinvention.com can help you to succeed with your ideas and more…

can help you to succeed with your ideas and more… © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting, LLC,
Synthesis of New Technical solutions Any technical object is an element in a chain of

Synthesis of New Technical solutions

Synthesis of New Technical solutions Any technical object is an element in a chain of evolution

Any technical object is an element in a chain of evolution of the system, where the appearance of

a new solution is preceded by the introduction of

a new function.

We can imagine the world as a set of systems of technical solutions.

In any moment of time there are sufficiently more proposed technical solutions then realized ones.

Every function can be realized by subset of multiple technical solutions.

Every Function has relatively greater longevity then possible technical solutions.

Challenge Formulation for Synthesis of New Technical solutions We may get a first impression of

Challenge Formulation for Synthesis of New Technical solutions

Formulation for Synthesis of New Technical solutions We may get a first impression of needs from
Formulation for Synthesis of New Technical solutions We may get a first impression of needs from

We may get a first impression of needs from Information collected during Patent searches and Competitive product analysis.

But at first it is necessary to decide if the problem needs a solution.

We should not engage with a problem when there enough available “ready to use” solutions, or when chosen problem is insignificant.

Challenge Formulation for Synthesis of New Technical Solutions My first Engineering Department Manager Leonid Makovsky

Challenge Formulation for Synthesis of New Technical Solutions

Formulation for Synthesis of New Technical Solutions My first Engineering Department Manager Leonid Makovsky

My first Engineering Department Manager Leonid Makovsky approached me with flowing logical problem:

Leonid Makovsky approached me with flowing logical problem: He asked me what should a young investigator

He asked me what should a young investigator do when he receives a case about murder?

I had answered that he would have to start learn about evidence.

He laughed and said that this poor fellow should read the address on the file and check in which precinct the crime occurred, then send it to the detective who is responsible for that precinct.

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Challenge Formulation for Synthesis of New Technical Solutions The problem appears when we meet a

Challenge Formulation for Synthesis of New Technical Solutions

The problem appears when we meet a contradiction between needs and ways to it satisfaction.

Example: Let's look in the contradiction at the structure of machine for leveling the surface of the land – Motor Grader.

To perform the main function- “leveling the surface” the Motor Grader should be long.

To be maneuverable the Motor Grader need to be short.

To be maneuverable the Motor Grader need to be short. © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting, LLC,
To be maneuverable the Motor Grader need to be short. © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting, LLC,
Challenge Formulation for Synthesis of New Technical Solutions Steps required for Problem Formulation: 1. Select

Challenge Formulation for Synthesis of New Technical Solutions

Steps required for Problem Formulation:

1. Select basic needs in the methods of <Field of Implementation>,

technical solutions realizing this methods and ways of fabrication this technical solution.

2. Collect information about the current state of <Field of

Implementation>, (About the methods, materials, technical devices,

and the like) in order to determine the level of development.

(Stone hammer made from Uranium vs. Uranium fuel rod for nuclear reactor.)

3. Formulate and evaluate a contradiction between needs and ways to

it satisfaction.

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Objective formulation of a Synthesis of New Technical Solutions Correctly formulated objective of New Technical

Objective formulation of a Synthesis of New Technical Solutions

Correctly formulated objective of New Technical Solutions Synthesis is determined by set of requirements for a product or system or problem statement and set of functions, which will satisfy these requirements.

set of functions , which will satisfy these requirements. The requirements may include: Source Requirements. These

The requirements may include:

Source Requirements.

These are the requirements you get from your customers or stakeholders.

Mission or Business Requirements.

These are the requirements that specify the operational context in which the system operates in a larger world.

System/Subsystem Requirements.

These are the requirements that define what the system must be able to do.

Objective formulation of a Synthesis of new Technical Solutions To produce a quality technical solution

Objective formulation of a Synthesis of new Technical Solutions

To produce a quality technical solution we had to create the requirements with minimal ambiguity.

I would illustrate an ambiguity in the requirements in two riddle examples.

(This is an artificially introduced ambiguity.)

examples. (This is an artificially introduced ambiguity.) © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting, LLC, PerfectInvention.com
Objective formulation of a Synthesis of new Technical Solutions Example 1: One group of students,

Objective formulation of a Synthesis of new Technical Solutions

Example 1:

One group of students, without seen the testing setup, was asked to perform relatively simple task. They were asked to jump over the pencil residing on the flour. When they entered in the room where this test had to be conducted, nobody can do it. Another group was asked (again without seen the testing setup) why the first group was not being able to perform. (To close to the wall)

Example 2:

In small table standing in a small room behind closed door. There jar of water on the table as well as Cesar and Cleopatra in the room.

Door was suddenly open, jar was broken and Cesar and Cleopatra die. Why Cesar and Cleopatra die. (Fish in a fish tank)

If not recognized in advance, ambiguity will cause costly errors.

Objective formulation of a Synthesis of new Technical Solutions Classical example of post-processing ambiguity

Objective formulation of a Synthesis of new Technical Solutions

Classical example of post-processing ambiguity clarification

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Objective formulation of a Synthesis of new Technical Solutions To formulate functions of the system

Objective formulation of a Synthesis of new Technical Solutions

To formulate functions of the system

1. We need to identify initial conditions.

of the system 1. We need to identify initial conditions. 2. We need to determine satisfying

2. We need to determine satisfying resulting conditions.

3. We need to identify limiting conditions.

Function of the technical solution could be shown as following:

Where

F=(V, O, L)

V is an activity (Verb),

O is an Object (Noun) and

O, L) V is an activity (Verb), O is an Object (Noun) and L- Conditions limitations.

L- Conditions limitations.

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Objective formulation of a Synthesis of new Technical Solutions Example: Process of food preparation: Initial

Objective formulation of a Synthesis of new Technical Solutions

Example:

Process of food preparation:

Initial conditions: Separate ingredients to be introduced. Resulting conditions: Dough is ready to bake. Limiting conditions: Required viscosity and density Function: Prepare dough with required viscosity and density.

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Function: Prepare dough with required viscosity and density. © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting, LLC, PerfectInvention.com
Function: Prepare dough with required viscosity and density. © Mark Aretskin, AML Consulting, LLC, PerfectInvention.com
Objective formulation of a Synthesis of new Technical Solutions Type of applied limitations and conditions

Objective formulation of a Synthesis of new Technical Solutions

Type of applied limitations and conditions to the function is determining a complexity of an objective description.

The simplest "minimal” objective is obtained by introducing limiting constraints on the existing system.

Example: The same as it was used before plus new quality or minus deficiency.

it was used before plus new quality or minus deficiency. Shelter made from reinforc ed concrete
it was used before plus new quality or minus deficiency. Shelter made from reinforc ed concrete

Shelter made from reinforced concrete (increased strength of material) or tent made from canvas (decreased strength of material).

The "maximal” objective is obtained by removing constraints on the existing system.

Example: Replacing an existing system with new one.

system. Example: Replacing an exis ting system with new one. People use to live in a

People use to live in a caves and now lives in artificial buildings.

Constrains removing is the highest stimulus for generating creative solutions.

Objective formulation should be as general as allowed by the overall complexity of the problem.

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Objective Analysis The function attributed to any system may be divided on set of auxiliary

Objective Analysis

The function attributed to any system may be divided on set of auxiliary sub functions.

There are 2 groups of sub functions.

1. Group of functions is providing a system existence.

Between functions providing a system existence we can see

functions of external and internal connectivity, structural integrity, power supply and excess removing etc.

2. Group of functions necessary to achieve a specific goals.

Between functions necessary to achieve a specific goals we can see a function energy transformation, regulation and control, information processing etc.

Auxiliary functions must be essential for any technical solutions; be independent from each other, and cover all main aspects of a system work.

Objective Analysis We also can divide main function into set of partial functions , for

Objective Analysis

Objective Analysis We also can divide main function into set of partial functions , for example

We also can divide main function into set of partial functions, for example attributed to subassemblies.

We can divide partial function into set of elementary or not devisable functions, for example attributed to separate parts in the subassembly.

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Objective Analysis We may represent a set of functions of technical system as a tree

Objective Analysis

We may represent a set of functions of technical system as a tree to be built from top to bottom and has 4 levels.

1- Main Function;

2- Auxiliary functions providing system existence and necessary to achieve a specific goals;

3- Partial functions attributed to subassemblies;

4- Elementary functions attributed to separate parts;

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Objective Analysis Therefore, the algorithm of Objective Analysis includes the following procedures: 1. We should

Objective Analysis

Therefore, the algorithm of Objective Analysis includes the following procedures:

1. We should divide the main function into a set of auxiliary functions meeting the required condition.

2. We should separate partial functions, having done the same operation except that the number of functions that were auxiliary to the main function is conventionally considered main to the functional group.

3. We should draw function structure as a graph.

4. We should analyze the structure of the functions and try to simplify it by eliminating unnecessary or insufficiently substantiated functions.

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Search of technical solutions This is a stage where creativity plays the most significant role.

Search of technical solutions

This is a stage where creativity plays the most significant role.

The algorithm for technical solution search may be build as follow:

1. We should make a morphological map of technical solutions.

2. We should examine each function independently and identify the various options for its implementation.

This could be achieved by implementing various methodologies such as TRIZ, De Bono method etc.

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Analysis of technical solutions Any normally operating technical system, as a whole and its elements

Analysis of technical solutions

Any normally operating technical system, as a whole and its elements satisfy a list of requirements.

These requirements may be divided into mandatory and auxiliary.

Exclusion or dissatisfaction of any mandatory requirement from this list leads to the stop functioning of a system.

Exclusion or dissatisfaction of any auxiliary requirement will cause a deterioration of its performance.

The number of requirements in the list depends on the number of functions performed by the technical system, the properties and characteristics of its structural elements and interactions with the environment.

Analysis of technical solutions The algorithm of analysis of technical solution consist of the following

Analysis of technical solutions

Analysis of technical solutions The algorithm of analysis of technical solution consist of the following steps:

The algorithm of analysis of technical solution consist of the following steps:

1. We should draw up a list of mandatory requirements for quality performance of each partial function.

2. We should exclude from the morphological card partial solutions that do not meet the mandatory requirements.

3. We should construct a matrix of pair wise comparisons to check the remaining partial solutions for compatibility.

4. We should list all combinations of partial solutions without fear of incompatibility.

Analysis of technical solutions Formal description of the requirement may look as following: MR={(X) (Y)

Analysis of technical solutions

Formal description of the requirement may look as following:

MR={(X) (Y) (Z)}

X- realization of what function should ensure the requirement.

We should use a number of nouns for the description (Stability, Capacity…)

Y- quality of function implementation.

We should use a number of verbs for the description (Increase, Decrease, Improve…)

Z- limits on function implementation.

We should use an adjective with or without numerical values.

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Analysis of technical solutions

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Analysis of technical solutions

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Technical Solutions Selection Now the goal is to compare available technical solutions and choose the

Technical Solutions Selection

Now the goal is to compare available technical solutions and choose the best from it.

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Technical Solutions Selection For that purpose we will us e the following algorithm: 1. We

Technical Solutions Selection

For that purpose we will use the following algorithm:

1. We should draw up a list of auxiliary requirements for quality performance of technical system as a whole.

2. We should place auxiliary requirements in order of significance and assign a corresponding weight.

3. We should fill the solution matrix and evaluate technical solution compatibility to the auxiliary requirements, using a scale from 0 to 10.

4. We should summarize the selection criterion M for each possible technical solution.

Best solution will have highest value of the calculated criterion M

Technical Solutions Selection Auxiliary requirements may conform for example to the following conditions: 1. Significance

Technical Solutions Selection

Auxiliary requirements may conform for example to the following conditions:

1. Significance of technical requirements for this type of technology.

2. Compliance the technical requirements with the intended purpose of designing object.

3. Requirement stability.

4. Requirement volatility.

Technical Solutions Selection Example: List of Au xiliary Requirements: Structural feasibility of the device. Perfection

Technical Solutions Selection

Example: List of Auxiliary Requirements:

Structural feasibility of the device.

Perfection of cinematic and the power circuit.

The complexity of device

Size

Weight

Consumed power

The possibility of further development

Production

constrains

Serviceability

Portability

development Production constrains Serviceability Portability … etc. Reliability Modularity The possibility of further

etc.

Reliability

Modularity

The possibility of further development

Production constrains

Serviceability

Modularity

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Technical Solutions Selection To determine significance and assign a corresponding weight to auxiliary requirements we

Technical Solutions Selection

To determine significance and assign a corresponding weight to auxiliary requirements we can use a matrix of pair wise comparisons:

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Technical Solutions Selection We should evaluate compliance of the technical solution to each auxiliary requirement

Technical Solutions Selection

Technical Solutions Selection We should evaluate compliance of the technical solution to each auxiliary requirement

We should evaluate compliance of the technical solution to each auxiliary requirement using scale 0 to 10

We should calculate the selection criterion M for each technical solution by multiplying values of compliance on corresponding weight and summarizing this the products for each row.

Selected solution will have highest value of M.

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Conclusion Now you are ready to work on your provisional or non- provisional patent application.

Conclusion

Now you are ready to work on your provisional or non- provisional patent application.

on your provisional or non- provisional patent application. You evaluated number of plausible alternative technical

You evaluated number of plausible alternative technical solutions and you may describe each of them as a corresponding claim in the patent.

You may start to develop a prototype of the best-selected solution.

As you can see, this discipline approach will prevent you from spending money prematurely.

If you have a difficulty with using this methodology PerfectInventoion.com always ready to help you.

About Author Mark Aretskin -professional with an open mind to a technica l and business

About Author

About Author Mark Aretskin -professional with an open mind to a technica l and business direction
About Author Mark Aretskin -professional with an open mind to a technica l and business direction

Mark Aretskin -professional with an open mind to a technical and business direction and ability to systematically deal with highly dynamic engineering and organizational situations, to lead, energize and inspire team members and take an initiative, and ownership responsibility to meet project set milestones and deadlines. He is quick decision maker with proven records of successful simultaneous work on a multiple of projects and systematic problem solving.

Graduated from Moscow State Technical University - MADI. He had acquire his expertise working as engineer in company building regional power steam stations; tested tower building cranes and lifting equipment in industrial scientific institute and independent certification company; designed inspection robots for semiconductor industry; design an build air cargo equipment and tooling for manufacturing tanks for satellites and other complicated parts for including components for Shuttle and International Space Station. Mark is an author and co-author of multiple inventions and publications.

Born in the former Soviet Union, native Moscovite. Mark has more then 30 years of successful engineering career on both continents. He lives and works in California from1991.

In 1994 Mark Aretskin founded and AML Consulting. AML Consulting is Engineering Design and Project Management Company. His new project is PerfectInvention.com.

Inventions of Mark Aretskin: http://patent.ipexl.com/inventor/Mark_Aretskin_1.html/ and

http://www.findpatent.ru/byauthors/1384834/

Bibliography:

A.N Novikov “Synthesis of New Technical Solutions for Road Construction Machines and Equipment” Moscow 1981