A master-craftman from France specialized in wind musical instruments created an innovative concept about (transverse) flute headjoint which allows a more easy-to-play practise. He is now searching to produce it via a manufacturing agreement with a manufacturer of flute curved headjoints. The targeted countries are China, Taiwan, Japan and Indonesia.
A French 30-year-experienced master craftman has invented a new concept which helps musicians to have a better handling of their (transverse) flute. The sound emitted by the instrument keeps its quality level.
His workshop is specialized in repairing and innovating of wind musical instruments (saxophone, clarinet, flute, brass).
He is therefore looking for a manufacturer of curved headjoints for flutes, able to produce a series of 1000 units with a good price/quality ratio, eventually renewable, under a manufacturing agreement.
The prioritised countries for this research are : China, Taiwan, Japan and Indonesia.
- Type of partner sought: New concept of curved headjoints for flute improving the handling of the instrument for the musician (patent applied in France) which needs to be manufactured by a specialized company able to :
- produce a series of 1000 units of flute curved headjoints, eventually renewable.
- offer a proposal with a good price/quality ratio
- Specific area of activity of the partner: The sought partner should be a manufacturer of curved headjoints for flutes, able to provide, within a delay of 6 months, with a series of 1000 copies to be eventually renewed. This partnership would be a manufacturing agreement.
Prototype available for demonstration
Patent(s) applied for but not yet granted