Design patent drawings serve as a visual representation of the product, highlighting its unique features, shape and overall appearance. These drawings can be used to demonstrate how the design is used in various contexts, such as in product packaging or marketing materials.
Every line, hatch, and view is extremely important to portray accurately. That’s why our highly skilled and creative design team is fluent in both USPTO and foreign design patent requirements.
Here’s IPI’s word of advice for beginners.
If you’re an individual inventor or business that is brand new to the patent world and want to protect your products, we highly recommend seeking out the guidance of a patent attorney. They can help you through the complicated patent application process, ensure that your drawings are accurate, and identify potential issues or objections that may arise when filing.
Check out the USPTO website for general information about design patents.
We accept sketches, photos and/or renderings in the following formats:
In order to fully enable your design patent, we recommend the following drawing views:
Please provide any of the following information if applicable:
We provide a wide range of utility drawings like basic flowcharts, complex schematic diagrams and mechanical drawings. With our meticulous proofreading, we can make sure every reference number is accounted for.
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