Order utility patent drawings services in the United States.

High quality utility patent drawings | Fast delivery (3-5 days) | Affordable price ($30) | Unlimited iterations ⚡.

Quality work, friendly and professional services at reasonable prices.
Michael Petrin
Patent Attorney (California, United States)

How We Work →

Rules & Guidelines

Our patent drawing experts follow the government guidelines (USPTO, etc.)

Unlimited iterations

You get unlimited iterations with no additional charge.

Get a quote

We return a price quote, normally within 24 hours. See our pricing page for more information.

Fast delivery

Drawing typically delivered within 3-4 business days of receipt of go-ahead and required information.

Output file formats

We provide output file in all possible formats (CAD, PDF, DWG, etc.)

Starts at $30

Depending on the complexity of the drawings, the price may vary a little.

I had a design patent drawing set done with Aravind. They turned around the project within a few days and worked very efficiently through a small correction. Great support for accurate and fast drawings! Thanks a lot!
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Jon Herr
Co-Founder at Ecosolaroof USA, Inc.

Description of Utility Drawings →

A utility patent protects how an invention works. With utility patents for the most part, it doesn’t matter what the product looks like – a patent on a method of encrypting text messages applies no matter what product someone puts it in, whether it’s a phone, tablet, or computer.  Any decorative elements are not part of a utility patent.

By law (at least in the US), if the invention is capable of being rendered in an illustration a drawing must be included. Even for inventions where a drawing is not strictly necessary, it’s a good idea. See our article on “How to Make Better Patent Applications with Patent Drawings” for more information.

Putting together, a utility patent application is an involved process. Getting the patent can take years, generally needs a patent attorney, will cost thousands of dollars, and many applications are rejected or amended by the patent office. Protection lasts for 20 years from the filing date of the application.