Attorney Tucker Griffith brainstormed for months about how to best illustrate the inner-workings of his client’s patented technology.

The result of the technology was simple enough — a machine that manufactured special gears used in heavy-duty transmissions for sports utility vehicles. But explaining the process was complex, involving linear algebra and mind-numbing mathematical formulas. Those equations revealed the multiple angles at which the teeth of the gears were cut to create the durability that made the product more marketable.

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