Re: Question: G-code and copyright
- From: Cliff <Clhuprich@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 09 Nov 2005 02:31:36 -0500
On Tue, 08 Nov 2005 15:29:06 -0800, Jon Anderson
>> If you were paid to supply a> 'fixture and programming' for a
>> specific part as a one-shot, bid job, you retain the rights to the
>> design and programming, provided there was no rights clause in the
>And this is the case. However, I'm not trying to get anything out of
>this myself. My customer just wanted to know, as part of his strategy
>for negotiating any deal.
Just give it all (except for the CAD software which is not yours
to give in any case I expect) to the new buyer IF they buy, gratis.
Sweetens the deal a bit for your current customer and increases
the probability of more business for you later either way.
Take the brownie points with the possible buyer <g>.
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