By Shweta Sharma / April 19, 2017

How drawing is reviewed at USPTO?

The Office of Patent Application Processing (OPAP) performs an initial review of drawings in new utility and plant patent applications...

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By admin / December 19, 2016

Samsung v. Apple – Supreme Court Limits Damages in Design Patent Cases

Monday, December 19, 2016 In a closely watched case involving the cell phone "war" between Apple and Samsung, a unanimous...

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Patent Drawing Rules
By admin / August 6, 2016

35 U.S.C. 113 DRAWINGS

The applicant shall furnish a drawing where necessary for the understanding of the subject matter sought to be patented. When...

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By admin / September 25, 2015

Sectional View

In Sectional Views interior structures of an object is shown by slicing a part of an object. The sectional view...

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By admin / September 11, 2015

Exploded View

The Exploded View shows the components of an object disassembled and slightly separated by distance to show hidden features of...

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By admin / August 17, 2015

Isometric Views

In isometric view three-dimensional objects are visually represented in two dimensions in such a way that the three coordinate axes...

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Articles, Patent Drawing Rules
By admin / July 16, 2015

Germany Patent Drawing Rules

Standards for the filing of drawings The drawings shall be on sheets with the following minimum margins: top 2.5 cm...

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By admin / June 2, 2015

Drawing Perspective Views

In perspective view a three-dimensional object is shown on a two-dimensional surface. The view is not centered or orthogonal over...

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By admin / April 4, 2015

Drawing Symbols for Draftsmen

Copyright: USPTO Graphical symbols for conventional elements may be used on the drawing when appropriate, subject to approval by the...

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By admin / March 28, 2015

Orthogonal Drawing Views

In Orthogonal or engineering view, viewer's eyes are centered on one side of the object. In other words, the viewer's...

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By admin / March 21, 2015

Different Drawing Views

An object can be viewed from a large number of view angles - for example, from front, top back or...

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