Invention Generator

We use AI to come up with ideas for new inventions. To be clear, the inventions below are not real, they are computer generated:

Invention #393
My invention is named a "Percussive Pencil" (not a pencil, of course), and my Patent Application was filed on August 1519. I got my first patent in 1836, but soon after, the term "percussive pen" was coined by Charles L. Witherspoon. The idea was not to use a small pen instead of an ordinary one, but to use a smaller one that could be used. The inventor was William Brown, a man who was so eager to show he had not taken this idea too far, he tried to make the pen into something that can be used as a pencil, and he had to pay extra for the workmanship. I believe this man was Charles L. Witherspoon, and the term "percussive pen" was taken out of the American patent to "pens". It would look rather like this: In 1819, Charles W. Witherspoon started to publish his first book, In the House with a Pencil. At the end of the year he patented an invention called a "Pencil Point" (Percussive...




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