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Invention Patent Drawings

Invention Patent Drawings is a small company with offices in the United States and India. Our illustrators have created over 5,000 patent drawings for satisfied clients, mostly for the USPTO and PCT. The head of our team of patent illustrators has over 14 years of experience creating patent drawings and performing quality control for clients in the United States and Europe.

We take pride in providing quality design and utility patent drawing services to our clients.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

I recently had some patent drawings designed for my company by Invention Patent Drawings. Throughout the whole process their customer service and communication has been excellent which worked very well along with the highest quality designs I have ever received.

Matthew ErnestDistribution Wholesale Representation

I am so happy that I found Invention Patent Drawings. With their patent illustration services set at a reasonable price, their friendly service and excellent talent, it is something that I think I have really benefited from.

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Design patents and utility (invention) patents are two very different things. Design patents protect how something looks; utility patents protect how it works. Some people might think it’s only important to have a design patent if you have a very strong brand already, so that people would want to make an exact copy of your […]

5 Negative Effects of Patent Application Rejection on Patent Attorneys

“Patent drawings are not important for the patent filing process”, said a layman But you know it.  I know it.  Any qualified patent attorney knows it that if you want to increase your chances of getting your patent filing approved, patent drawings are incredibly important. Why is it so? Why are patent drawings so much […]

A Science Fiction Patent?

There are many requirements that an invention must fulfill in order to be granted a patent. The invention must be novel, non-obvious, and useful. Note that “proven to work” is not on the list of requirements. You don’t necessarily have to build a prototype to get a patent. A great example is US Patent 10,144,532 […]

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