On Tuesday, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued a patent application titled “Aluminum Guitar Neck Assembly.”
The patent describes an aluminum guitar neck that is made up of a plurality of aluminum oxide modules, each consisting of a first and a second layer of aluminum oxides.
The first layer of oxide is made of carbon-nanotube-based material, which is more lightweight than the carbon-based carbon-coated aluminum that is used in many other automotive applications.
This material is much lighter than aluminum, which has a density of about 500 to 1,000 grams per cubic meter.
The second layer is made out of an alloy consisting of aluminum, carbon nanotubes, and titanium dioxide.
The aluminum oxide is then combined with an alloy of carbon nanosheets and titanium oxide to form the third layer of the assembly.
The fourth layer is comprised of a single carbon-carbon-titanium oxide.
The patent application notes that the first and second layers of the aluminum oxide assemblies have a certain degree of rigidity.
The rigidity of the first layer is maintained by the carbon nanotechnology in the second layer.
The rigidity of the second is maintained in the carbon nano technology in the third.
Finally, the rigidity is maintained with the titanium dioxide layer.
As a result, the aluminum guitar has a very high stiffness.
Aluminum is the lightest of all the metals used in automotive bodywork, and it is a critical component of the bodywork in the Toyota Prius and the Chevrolet Volt.
Because the aluminum is a lightweight alloy, it is much easier to manufacture and transport.
For this reason, many of the car companies and the automotive industry have been experimenting with making aluminum bodywork available in high-performance vehicles.
The most recent vehicle that has made use of aluminum is the Toyota Camry.
The Camry uses aluminum in a number of different ways, including for bodywork that has been designed to provide an extremely high level of stiffness, but also to provide a low weight and lower cost compared to other bodywork.
The car is also made out by Toyota using a carbon-free process and with the help of the carbon fabrication company Daimler AG.
The carmaker has also found success with the Toyota Highlander, which uses aluminum for a number, but not all, of its bodywork including the hood.
However, the Highlander is only available in two-door versions.
While aluminum body work has been used on the Toyota Corolla and Lexus LS, the company has not yet introduced the Corolla in a high-compatibility car.
Toyota says it plans to make the Highlander available in an all-wheel drive configuration in the future.