This project is about a new, revolutionary fastener technology based on Patent No. 8,341,810 and other patents pending. As often found in the case of new technologies, Team (EO)2® needs funding support to introduce this technology to the world.
Matawan, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/09/2014 -- (EO)2® is a new technology that promises to be the most revolutionary and multi utility fastener since Velcro®. Designed for fun as well as serious applications, the present t line of carriers and mounting systems offered by (EO)2® is a diverse one. After the completion of its development, (EO)2® will be the world's first carrier system capable of storing stuffs safely on walls or ceilings, and carrying them in cars, boats, or any other sports vehicle. (EO)2® will also make it possible to carry them as luggage in the plains planes with the same mounting system.
Led by Richard C. Rayos, Team (EO)2® has managed to progress so far with the help from family, friends, as well as some investors. Funds collected till now from different sources have been utilized in the initial design & development, patent and attorney costs, lots of prototyping and engineering, some production tooling, and some inventory. However, a technology project of this magnitude needs much more. Additional funds are required to meet the remaining production and operational costs.
Successful funding via Rocket Hub will allow Team (EO)2® to
-Buy the right amount of raw goods that will help bring the production costs of (EO)2® system down.
-Conducting some R&D for future applications.
-Help the company graduate from being a very early stage company to a more sustainable one.
The funding requirement for this project is $30,000, and this campaign will end on January 17, 2015.
To lend a helping hand to team (EO)2®, please visit http://bit.ly/1FUCVAU
The official website of (EO)2® is http://www.eo2fastener.com/
About Richard C. Rayos
Richard C. Rayos is an inventor, founder, entrepreneur, and US Army Veteran. He has over 25 years of sales experience, 14 of which as a sales engineer during which he gained extensive knowledge in a variety of manufacturing sectors. His areas of expertise includes, but is not limited to automotive, semi-conductor, medical, defense, textile, metal forming, robotics, automated machinery, heavy construction equipment, machining, plastics forming, industrial computer industry, and more.