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We’ve just received the prototypes of our third blossom design. This design, while the same density as our previous blossoms, is much more firm due to the sturdier petal design. Once again, testers are giving great feedback. Blossom 3 has … Read the rest of this entry
Here is the extent of our coverage from G4′s AEE show………..2 seconds of product shot. Better than nothing!
Lots of great developments here at Lotus Revolutions. *Production design has been finalized *New electrical engineer has been contracted *Injection molding tooling has been contracted *Injection molding has been contracted *Rechargeable power supply has been sourced ***The Lotus WILL be … Read the rest of this entry
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We enjoyed another meeting today with Mike, our patent agent. Things are progressing very nicely. We delivered another prototype to our friends for testing last night. A mere 26 minutes after we left their house I received the following email: … Read the rest of this entry
Today we met with Bob to discuss our design tweaks and discussed our desire to keep production and assembly local. We all feel strongly about supporting our local community. We’ll keep you updated as we progress through manufacturing process.
Getting back home to Seattle felt good, but meant time for our biggest push yet- production. This first week back has been full of conversations with our great legal team from Equinox Business Law, Michael, our patent agent, Jim our … Read the rest of this entry
The third and final day of the show was still busy with steady traffic to our booth to check out the Lotus. With Blaine and Bob on hand to man the booth, Eric and Tracie were able to venture over … Read the rest of this entry
The second day of the show was even busier, but our booth was well-manned with the arrival of Bob Carrasca, the man behind the design and engineering. The highlight of the day was taping of our interview with G4 network … Read the rest of this entry