Martin Martin Inc.

Lakewood, CO, United States

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Lakewood, CO, United States
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News Article | July 17, 2017
Site: www.marketwired.com

TOMBSTONE, AZ--(Marketwired - Jul 17, 2017) -  Mansfield-Martin Exploration Mining, Inc. (OTC PINK: MCPI) announced today that it has closed a portion of its November 28, 2016, transaction with Armada Minerals, Inc. and other related persons and entities (collectively, the "Armada Group"). Mansfield-Martin's agreement with the Armada Group called for the acquisition of 100% of Tombstone Development Corporation, believed to be the oldest continually operating mining company in Arizona, and approximately 3,800 acres of mining properties and claims in the historically prolific Tombstone Mining District in exchange for the issuance of approximately 285 million shares of stock. Because this is a non-cash transaction, among other reasons, the Company will record the assets covered in this portion of the acquisition at either founder's cost or a nominal carrying value, using a gross asset value of approximately $5,081,000, against a liability for the assumption of acquisition-related debt of approximately $1,800,000. Details of the transaction with carrying values are set out in the Form 8-K filed on June 27, 2017. The remainder of the transaction will be recorded at Fair Value, pending the completion of a Fair Value Opinion to be provided by qualified geologists. Mansfield-Martin's properties cover numerous historic mines, including the Lucky Cuss, the Old Guard and the Ace in the Hole, along with undeveloped acreage west of Tombstone on the quartering slope of the caldera, including the Ground Hog claims and Western Mining District. Additionally, through its ownership of Tombstone Development Corporation, Mansfield-Martin is the repository of valuable, non-public mining and production records, along with geology reports, covering activities in the District from operations going back over 100 years. From the 1870s to the First World War, over 260,000 oz. of gold and 32.5mm oz. of silver were processed from the historic mines in the District, along with commercial quantities of lead, zinc and copper. At current prices, these metals would be valued at more than $1 billion. Geologists estimate that only approximately 25% to 40% of the available high-quality ore has been mined, leaving significant mineralization for re-entry mining operations. Furthermore, previously mined and unprocessed materials in surface dumps at or near these mines also contain significant gold and silver values, and preliminary drilling and testing on additional undeveloped acreage suggests mineralization that could far exceed these amounts. About Mansfield-Martin Exploration Mining, Inc. Mansfield-Martin Exploration Mining, Inc. is principally engaged in a variety of mining activities on owned and claimed property in Arizona's Tombstone Mining District, a historically prolific zone of silver and gold production. Mansfield-Martin is an SEC-Reporting company, and has approximately 335 million shares issued and over 200 shareholders. Additional information can be found at www.mansfieldmartin.com or in its SEC filings at https://www.sec.gov/cgi-bin/browse-edgar?company=Mansfield-martin&owner=exclude&action=getcompany. Safe Harbor Statement This press release contains information that constitutes forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All statements, trends, analysis, and other information contained in this press release including words such as "anticipate," "believe," "plan," "estimate," "expect," "intend," and other similar expressions of opinion, constitute forward-looking statements. Any such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from any future results described within the forward-looking statements. Risk factors that could contribute to such differences include those matters more fully disclosed in the Company's reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The forward-looking information provided herein represents the Company's estimates as of the date of the press release, and subsequent events and developments may cause the Company's estimates to change. The Company specifically disclaims any obligation to update the forward-looking information in the future. Therefore, this forward-looking information should not be relied upon as representing the Company's estimates of its future financial performance as of any date subsequent to the date of this press release.


News Article | July 31, 2017
Site: www.marketwired.com

TOMBSTONE, AZ--(Marketwired - Jul 31, 2017) - Mansfield-Martin Exploration Mining, Inc. ( : MCPI) has completed preliminary testing of mineralization in surface dumps on four historic mine sites in the Tombstone Mining District. Field tests on representative samples show approximately $55 million in gold and silver is recoverable from an estimated 165,000 tons of previously mined materials. Final testing and assay work will be conducted by an independent private mining concern, in anticipation of either a joint venture or syndication for development, pending confirmation of the commercial viability of future recovery activities. From the 1870s to the First World War, over $1 billion in gold and silver (at current prices) was processed from the historic mines in the District, along with commercial quantities of lead, zinc and copper. Materials that would now be considered commercially viable ore were removed to surface dumps, in preference to processing even richer deposits. Surface dumps on other mine sites were profitably processed in the late 1970s and early 1980s, when silver prices spiked due to speculators' interests, but much more remains, untouched, on Mansfield-Martin's properties. Current silver prices make these surface dumps attractive again for small- to medium-scale recovery activities. Historic production information reveals deep mine yields averaging more than 50 oz. of silver per ton with .1 oz. per ton of gold. Surface dumps show mineralization ranging up to 10 oz. silver per ton with lesser amounts of recoverable gold, but are easily accessible for removal and processing, which will greatly reduce risks, time to revenues and expenses. Mansfield-Martin considers a revenue sharing joint venture with a capable mining company as the most cost- and time-effective means to generate funds sufficient to energize its deep mine re-entry plans and develop its Bankable Feasibility Study for its remaining acreage. In the alternative, the Company may syndicate development of the surface dumps directly to investors. This testing activity and the preliminary agreement is the first step in that process. Mansfield-Martin Exploration Mining, Inc. is principally engaged in a variety of mining activities on owned and claimed property in Arizona's Tombstone Mining District, a historically prolific zone of silver and gold production. Mansfield-Martin is an SEC-Reporting company, and has approximately 335 million shares issued and over 200 shareholders. Additional information can be found at www.mansfieldmartin.com or in its SEC filings at https://www.sec.gov/cgi-bin/browse-edgar?company=Mansfield-martin&owner=exclude&action=getcompany. This press release contains information that constitutes forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All statements, trends, analysis, and other information contained in this press release including words such as "anticipate," "believe," "plan," "estimate," "expect," "intend," and other similar expressions of opinion, constitute forward-looking statements. Any such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from any future results described within the forward-looking statements. Risk factors that could contribute to such differences include those matters more fully disclosed in the Company's reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The forward-looking information provided herein represents the Company's estimates as of the date of the press release, and subsequent events and developments may cause the Company's estimates to change. The Company specifically disclaims any obligation to update the forward-looking information in the future. Therefore, this forward-looking information should not be relied upon as representing the Company's estimates of its future financial performance as of any date subsequent to the date of this press release.


An apparatus is configured to apply a treatment agent to an agricultural byproduct. The apparatus includes a fragmenting chamber where the agricultural byproduct is fragmented into particles. An initial amount of a treatment agent is applied to the byproduct in the fragmenting chamber. Particles of a desired size flow through a screen from the fragmenting chamber to a recovery zone. A second amount of the treatment agent is applied to the particles in the recovery zone. A regulator regulates the amount of the treatment agent applied to the particles in the fragmenting chamber and the amount of treatment agent applied in the in the recovery zone. The regulation may be based on one or more feedback mechanisms.


Purpose The purpose of the National Diabetes Education Practice Survey (NPS) of the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) is to describe the current diabetes education practice and specific interventions and responsibilities of diabetes educators in the United States. Method The 2010 NPS contained 52 items addressing diabetes education program structure, processes, interventions, outcomes, quality improvement, and adoption of health care reform models and AADE guidelines. The survey was hosted online, with 2513 AADE members participating. The 2010 results were compared with those from previous surveys.ResultsThe majority of 2010 respondents provided diabetes education at one site, most commonly in a clinical outpatient/managed care setting. A wide range of services, including patient support, were provided. Team member functions, hours spent, and instructional methods also varied widely. More than half of programs measured at least one behavioral and clinical outcome in 2010. Most programs engaged in quality improvement. Many respondents were unfamiliar with the patient-centered medical home and accountable care organization models. Conclusions The results highlight the need for educators to increase their reporting of outcomes. Educators are also urged to raise their knowledge of health care delivery reform models. Wider adoption of AADE diabetes education practice guidelines will help ensure effective team involvement and optimal patient-centered education. Despite an increase in hours spent on diabetes self-management education and training (DSME/T) and clinical functions in diabetes education, many programs operated at a financial loss in 2010, underscoring the need for improved reimbursement of these services. Continuation of the NPS biannually is recommended. © 2012 American Association of Diabetes Educators; Published by SAGE Publications.


Patent
Martin Martin Inc. | Date: 2014-09-04

A guitar neck joint routing system. The system includes a probe and router assembly comprising a gantry, a probe, and a plurality of routers, and a guitar neck and body nest comprising clamps and vacuum grips for holding a guitar neck and guitar body in place for taking measurements and routing a dovetail joint.


An apparatus is configured to apply a treatment agent to an agricultural byproduct. The apparatus includes a fragmenting chamber where the agricultural byproduct is fragmented into particles. An initial amount of a treatment agent is applied to the byproduct in the fragmenting chamber. Particles of a desired size flow through a screen from the fragmenting chamber to a recovery zone. A second amount of the treatment agent is applied to the particles in the recovery zone. A regulator regulates the amount of the treatment agent applied to the particles in the fragmenting chamber and the amount of treatment agent applied in the in the recovery zone. The regulation may be based on one or more feedback mechanisms.


Patent
Martin Martin Inc. | Date: 2015-07-29

Gaming systems and methods for integrated computer-related and physical game play interactions between a game player, a physical game piece character and an electronic device are defined. The physical game piece character may be a combination of smaller parts where each combination transmits a unique alphanumeric identifier and control signals to an electronic device game application, where the game application features the physical game piece character and is responsive to the signals from the physical game piece character and transmits control signals to the physical game piece, which responds with sensory signals.


Patent
Martin Martin Inc. | Date: 2011-04-28

A mechanism for operating a dual shade covering a window with a single handle. The mechanism provides a first glide attached by a pulley system to the first shade of the dual shade, and a second glide attached by a pulley system to the second shade of the dual shade. The first glide and the second glide are slibably disposed within a track assembly, and a master glide is disposed in the track assembly between the first glide and the second glide. The master glide engages the first glide to lower the first shade, and is detached from the first glide along the track assembly by a disengaging plate. The master glide engages the second glide to lower the second shade, and is detached from the second glide along the track assembly by a disengaging plate.


Patent
Martin Martin Inc. | Date: 2012-04-03

A mechanism for operating a dual shade covering a window with a single handle. The mechanism provides a first glide attached by a pulley system to the first shade of the dual shade, and a second glide attached by a pulley system to the second shade of the dual shade. The first glide and the second glide are slibably disposed within a track assembly, and a master glide is disposed in the track assembly between the first glide and the second glide. The master glide engages the first glide to lower the first shade, and is detached from the first glide along the track assembly by a disengaging plate. The master glide engages the second glide to lower the second shade, and is detached from the second glide along the track assembly by a disengaging plate.


Patent
Martin Martin Inc. | Date: 2012-02-29

A guitar neck joint routing system. The system includes a probe and router assembly comprising a gantry, a probe, and a plurality of routers, and a guitar neck and body nest comprising clamps and vacuum grips for holding a guitar neck and guitar body in place for taking measurements and routing a dovetail joint.

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