WIEDERHOLD DRAFTING & DESIGN, INC.
A mechanical or utility invention usually means a thing such as a device that may or may not have moving parts, may have the ability to change, modify, control, perform some action, add something to an existing thing or in some way has functionality. Patent drawings of utility inventions show how it is made, what it looks like and what it does. Someone such as a patent attorney or patent agent uses formal language in consort with drawings to describe the invention in detail and make the inventor’s claims to the invention. The drawings have references applied with lines that connect to elements of the invention that follow a written part of the application known as a specification. A claim of invention must have written reference and drawing to permit consideration by a patent office examiner.
Patent Drafting, Mechanical/Utility
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