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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. Learn more about our company.

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Why are patent drawings different from other illustrations?

Patent drawings aren’t just like other kinds of drawings. Patent illustrations aren’t intended to just show what an invention looks like. For utility patents, they need to be specific and detailed enough that someone “skilled in the art” can actually build the item described or use the method disclosed by the patent. For example, if [...]

Expanding Patent Disclosures with Patent Drawings

Under US patent law, if an invention can be showing with a patent drawing or illustration, then at least one is required. According to the Manual of Patent Examining Procedures, drawings shall be required when they are necessary for the understanding of the invention. (2) Where, without being necessary for the understanding of the invention, [...]

The Importance of Patent Drawings in Reissue Cases

A recent case from the Federal Circuit illustrates the importance of comprehensive patent drawings when seeking the reissue of a patent. Under 35 U.S.C. 251, a patent can be reissued if the original patent is defective: Whenever any patent is, through error, deemed wholly or partly inoperative or invalid, by reason of a defective specification […]