The case of an American patent, copyright and trademark theft by a Chinese company is drawing scrutiny from the US Department of Homeland Security and other authorities. The patent, copyright and trademark in question are held by Beaumont Technologies, Inc., Erie, PA. John Beaumont, president and CEO, said a company in China lifted sales information from his company website and other locations, as well as information from Autodesk regarding Moldflow simulation software. He also has seen molds imported from China equipped with unauthorized MeltFlipper® technologies, which are designed to provide a homogenous distribution of melt condition to each cavity in a multi-cavity mold. Click here to read the full article.
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