Story excerpt provided by Columbus Business First.
Written by Carrie Ghose.
A fighter-jet mechanic who invented a non-skid tool mat sold out of the first 2,000 units last year and took just 10 hours to hit a crowdfunding goal testing customer desire for new designs.
The Grypmat – a rubber divided tray that uses friction to stick to both the work surface and tools – attracted more than 120 customers and sold nearly $13,000 worth in the first 24 hours of a campaign on the Kickstarter website.
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Originally published January 5, 2016.