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Designers and manufacturers of electronic device mounting systems. Proudly made in the U.S.A.

The bona fide American manufacturer of production and custom mounting solutions featuring aircraft grade aluminum, carbon fiber and nylon and built for years of service. 

The Carbon Fiber Series™ from 67 Designs works with 3/4", 17mm, 20mm - and 1" diameter ball hardware from multiple providers making the most open platform available.

Since 2012 our focus has been on our customer's by designing and making the highest quality device mounting solutions available delivered with old-school customer service.

The Real Flag of the United States of America

We know you have a choice in device mounting systems. We also know many 67 Designs original works have been counterfeited and are available on places like Amazon.com. They are being dumped into the US. We hope you choose 67 Designs and support our mission to drive US manufacturing skills transfer. Every dollar you spend with 67 Designs directly impacts American workers and the myriad of suppliers we work with around the the USA.  

American skills jobs know how innovation matters

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Customer Spotlights & Amazing Adventures

  • Customer Spotlight: Josh Carter

    Customer Spotlight: Josh Carter

    On this “episode” of 67 Designs Customer Spotlights, where we share the stories of some of our customers, we get to know Josh Carter. Carter, from Clayton, NC, is a software engineer at Red Hat. When he is not working, you can find him hanging in his rooftop tent on an adventure far from home!

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  • Customer Spotlight: Ken Bruce

    Customer Spotlight: Ken Bruce

    On this “episode” of 67 Designs Customer Spotlights, where we share the stories of some of our customers, we get to know Ken Bruce. Bruce, from Phoenix, AZ, is the General Manager of Turtleback Trailers. When he’s not in the shop, you can find him wheeling around the country! Read on for more. 
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  • Customer Spotlight: Baxter Schanze

    Customer Spotlight: Baxter Schanze

    On this “episode” of 67 Designs Customer Spotlights, where we share the stories of some of our customers, we get to know Baxter Schanze. Schanze, from Raleigh, NC, is an industrial designer for a large technology company. For him, overlanding is an all encompassing hobby—a way to satiate his love for design, jeeping, traveling and photography. 
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News and Views

  • Reshoring in the U.S.A.

    Reshoring in the U.S.A.

    As a regular reader of this blog you know that at 67 Designs we are driven by being part of the renaissance of US manufacturing and the reshoring of unskilled, semi-skilled and, of course, skilled jobs. As part of the...

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  • Transparency & Leading by Example

    Transparency & Leading by Example

    So What is Made in U.S.A.?

    As a US manufacturer we truly appreciated President Trump's Administration fighting the dumping of goods into our country. When President Biden signed an executive order on Monday 25 January 2021 for more Federal dollars to be allocated to products made by American companies we thought that was great. We still do. But it started the age old question of 'so what is 'Made in America' exactly?'

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David Fighting Against Goliath

Amazon Fakes and Diversion of Trade

67 Designs is sued for simply using the Amazon Brand Registry. But not by Amazon!

In April 2022 67 Designs was sued by a US based (but fully Chinese factory supplied) infringer of our intellectual property and designs.

As is our right as trademark holders we simply reported to Amazon.com that a company has been selling exact copies of our products. We asked Amazon.com to investigate. We complied fully with Amazon's very strict infringement reporting system rules and and within hours Amazon staff started taking down listings.

Ever since April the infringing party continues to be allowed to sell counterfeit products on the internet. A preliminary injunction to suspend sales until a jury trial was denied so sales of exact copies continue off Amazon.com.

Amazon.com actually did the right thing in suspending products from the infringer's Amazon storefront until a license was obtained from 67 Designs.

The ‘infinger’s attacking roadmap’ in this case should be a massive wake up call for every US designer and manufacturer that uses the Amazon Brand Registry, the ONLY path to stopping infringement on Amazon.com!

More to come as we use our experience to teach other American entrepreneurs and product designers what it's like to have hyper-litigious serial infringers and their lawyers attack and take over those actually creating American manufacturing jobs.

Learn more about our values and our fight for American manufacturing.