Crowd Creates Firearm Assembly Tool

Precision Machined Delrin Tool Ensures Solvent Resistant Non-Mar Firearm Assembly

Firearm Assembly Tool
Firearm Assembly Tool
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The Inventors Ark, LLC

Wrightwood, CA -( The Inventors ARK LLC launched its first crowd-designed crowdfunded project.

In a protected environment the initial crowd of designers and engineers rapidly incorporated design improvements developing the prototype tool into a manufacturable product. In its fourth iteration social media promotion yielded additional design inputs resulting in the tool designed for the Kickstarter campaign.

“With the success of the Pin Guide project sportsmen and gunsmiths will have another tool in their arsenal to protect and maintain their firearms.”

The process on invention is typically a linear process that requires seclusion and capital before an idea can become a viable consumer product. Breaking down barriers that stall design is critical to expediting the process of invention.
The Inventors ARK has developed a process that brings experts and innovators together in an environment that pushes ideas out of sketchbooks and into the market. This process continues to be refined as The Inventors ARK launches its internal projects and builds its marketing base before bringing on outside projects.

Dowel Pin Guide Sets
Dowel Pin Guide Sets

On the products advantages of the tool the creator stated, “Machined Delrin provides precise dowel pin insertion for use with a small hammer or arbor press. The solvent friendly material is particularly suited for post cleaning reassembly of pin assembled firearms like AR-15’s.”

About The Inventors ARK LLC

The Inventors ARK opened the doors this spring launching the Dowel Pin Guide as its first public project. Focusing on scaled manufacturing and products designed and made in the USA The Inventors ARK seeks to revitalize American innovation. On the project launch, The Inventors ARK President stated, “This is the first step towards creating a sheltered community that develops prototypes into viable products whilst protecting the designer’s product equity.”