Based on the most recent Wohler Report, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, and Forbes market research, and two national surveys, and Facebook and website analytics, coupled with a prototyping team, board of advisors, and pipeline of non-provisional and provisional patents to go after the same, Alphapura has identified, defined, and is seeking to pursue a US market in the hundreds of billions to trillions, for in-house product acquisition systems, and has laid out a specific plan to capture that market beginning with our focused beachhead market in our home state of California, located about one hour from San Francisco Financial District and neighboring Silicon Valley. Our investor status is that we are SEC-limited to friends and family and are a seed stage R&D company that is organizing to develop four different sized recycling manufacturing systems. If you are interested in collaborating with us or getting to know us, join our AIR Collaboration in the menu above. We especially like you if you are already in this space, and/or can provide us parts or systems we can add-on and sell. We are in the process of building parterships that can make us different parts and systems that can be interchanged by users for different needs and functions, to cover 31 process and design patent claims, in many novel sizes.
Our technology is licensable, and/or can be custom-designed and built to meet different user needs, ranging from desktop personal size, to family or fridge size, to community or van size, to room or building industrial sizes, to transform a global problem, meltable pollution, into 3D printed and machined houses, boats, cars frames, prototype shells, wind farm scaffolding, solar panel scaffolding, water banks, water purifiers, agricultural tools and equipment, furniture, kitchen and dining ware, tools, art, building materials, and over a million other types of 3D products. Our IP pipeline will disrupt the 3D printing industry as users of our comparable technology will no longer need to continuously buy a consumable or meltable "filament", the building material in 3D printing, used to make new 3D products, they can use their own recyclables. Alphapura has benefited from the advisory of NASDAQ CEOs, and former and current consultants from the Fortune 500, Deloitte, Harvard, and MIT, along with now about five investor accelerators selecting Alphapura for a cohort and/or fellowship within and close to Silicon Valley. We have also been asked to speak at major events, university, and media, with two TV show offerings.
Now that NASA and the US military, and a host of venture capitalist firms and the business community, have vetted recycling technology like ours, for which we alone were issued the first patent family by the USPTO, consider collaborating in some manner with Alphapura to help develop the future of in-house product acquisition on Earth. Alphapura systems will soon be able to deliver over a million different product types faster, cheaper, more conveniently, and more sustainably than any other product acquisition system, so that users can have, save, and do more, and spend, consume, and waste less. Alphapura has been independently valued pre money at over $4M. Dun & Bradstreet have predicted that Alphapura is at a low risk for defaulting on payments. Alphapura is currently privately funded by the Janson and Daniel families. We welcome the opportunity to collaborate with others, if you share our vision or have a related vision, to make a better way to make products. We are not legally allowed to solicit investment from investors, without SEC approval, but investors can contact us if they like what they see. We have developed a viable $1M seed fund pitch deck with consultants from Harvard, MIT, and Deloitte USA for an e-commerce clean tech selling access to A.I.-based in-house product delivery systems, recyclable materials, and 3D design.
Watch in the svideo below as the ARMS prototype transforms salvaged plastics like those found in recycling bins, littered on the road, and composing the near continent-size Great Pacific Garbage Patch in the North Pacific, into brand new furniture, art sculpture, and personal accessories, in a six minute video below, in single and multiple colors. Our patent family and R&D team will soon add artificial intelligence to the system, so that users won't have to know how to use the system, to be able to acquire a million different types of products faster and cheaper than ordering online or driving to the store. We are starting with plastics, but will one day recycle glass and metals also.
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