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Patent Drawings

Patent drawings are an integral part of the patent application process. They provide a visual representation of your invention, making it easier for the patent examiner to understand the unique aspects of your creation. These diagrams not only help to explain and showcase the invention in detail but also serve to set it apart from existing inventions. The complexity or simplicity of the drawing can vary based on the nature of the invention.

Our Patent Drawing Services

Patent drawing Fees

We charge $195 for each patent drawing sheet, or you
can order a set of 3 patent drawings to accompany your
Provisional Patent Application for a flat fee of $495.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The exact requirements for patent drawings can vary based on the patent office you’re filing with. Generally, they should be clear, complete, and capable of being reproduced. The drawings must also accurately represent the invention and its operation.

While not all patent applications require drawings, it’s often highly beneficial to include them. Drawings can help the patent examiner understand your invention and how it works, making it easier to determine its novelty and inventiveness.

While you can create your own patent drawings, it’s important to note that there are specific rules and guidelines to follow. These may include requirements about line thickness, shading, labels, and more. Inaccuracies or non-compliance with these rules can potentially jeopardize your patent application.

The number of views required can vary based on the complexity of your invention. Typically, different views (top, bottom, side, perspective, etc.) are included to clearly show all features of the invention.

Our process is straightforward. After you share the details of your invention with us, our team creates an initial set of drawings. We then review these with you, making any necessary revisions, before preparing the final drawings for your patent application.

Please note that these are general answers. Specific situations may vary, so it’s always a good idea to consult with a patent professional. If you have more questions or need assistance, please schedule a free consultation with us.