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Obviousness and a simple 3 piece invention.

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Obviousness and a simple 3 piece invention.
« on: June 13, 2017, 12:45:59 AM »
I propose to lodge a prov. for a device that is comprised of 3 items of existing manufacture
which are joined together to form a new device.
Using this invention a particular outcome will be achieved.
I can find no existing products of this type because currently, there are no products of this type.
I can find no patent applications or granted patents that even hint at coming close.
Do you think the simplicity of the invention might defeat me ?
How can anybody argue non-obviousness if the principles of this device have never been used
by those well versed in this art ?

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Re: Obviousness and a simple 3 piece invention.
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2017, 05:49:16 PM »
That is a hard questions to answer accurately without knowing what the pieces are.   As long as the different pieces you are using are not found in similar inventions used for a similar purposes the combination of them should be allowable under patent laws. 
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