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I am a retired US Government analyst, currently residing in Germany. I am also a shareholder in the company called Integral Technologies (OTCBB: ITKG), and have a desire to enlighten and share its great and still emerging story. I am well read, focused and appreciate challenging interactions which spark creativity and develop enlightenment. That is why I created the ElectriPlast Blog, and the reason I am here.

July 15, 2006

ElectriPlast: The Secret Sauce . . .

Protecting the

ElectriPlast IP

while Pushing


Permission Granted By The Pondering Primate

Special to the ElectriPlast Blog


The Plastics Show in Chicago has opened up some very big doors for Integral Technologies (OTC BB: ITKG). Some of the largest manufacturers and molders got a chance to see the disruptive nature of ITKG's ElectriPlast.

Since the show, Integral has been approached by one of the largest consumer goods companies, a major defense contractor and one of the world's largest telecom providers.

A question frequently asked after chief technologist Tom Aisenbrey demonstrated the product's potential was, "You guys are public?" It appears this little disruptive technology is getting the attention of the big boys.

The company's goal is focusing on "pounds, not pieces" for ElectriPlast. While the widgets are nice, the growth lies in delivering pounds of ElectriPlast for products.

Still, the biggest obstacle for ITKG is manufacturing. It's very difficult to get invited to the big boys' table unless you have the goods in hand.

It is understood that a high-volume manufacturing company is very interested in being Integral's manufacturer, so much so that it has started buying the necessary equipment to handle volume orders.

And the relationship with DuPont continues to blossom.

But keep in mind, ITKG is still an intellectual property (IP) and licensing company that is in the process of transferring and transforming this IP into physical products.

The company's management team is very protective of their IP when entering into a manufacturing agreement. And protecting the "secret sauce" sometimes takes a little more attorney time.

Keep in mind the forward progress made so far, and don't mind the wait knowing that the upside potential in revenues and earnings is so huge.

Market sense would recommend buying ITKG on weakness. Also note that some solid sources are raising the Buy Up To price to $2.50.


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