Patent Illustrations Demand Great Precision

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is the agency that grants patents to inventors. A patent on an invention allows an inventor to sue imitators for monetary damages, which are then granted if a court finds that someone else’s product copied essential components from the patented design.

In order to be granted a patent, the inventor must submit a description and drawings of the design to the USPTO. The specifications for illustrations for a utility patent (the most common type of patent granted) are very precise. Following are the subheads of requirements for drawings with a brief description.

Inventia Patent Drafting is experienced in the production of patent illustrations for utility and design patents. We use state-of-the-art software to create the drawings, which are then formatted to meet the specifications set by the USPTO. For help with your patent illustrations, contact us today.

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