Patent Drawings General
What are the Special Prerequisites of a Patent Drawing?
What are Patent Drawings? Drawings are a significant part of the patent and typically the first and greatest step in drafting a patent. It is technical illustrations that showcase how a patentable innovation functions. At the point ...Read More
Patent Drawings and Invention Illustrations, What Do You Require?
Patent drawings aren’t similar to the general drawings we see in daily life. Patent illustrations aren’t expected to simply show what innovation looks like. For utility patents inventions, patent illustration should be explici...Read More
Significance Of Patent Drafting For A Business
Patent drafting is presumably the main part of the patent application. IP right provides the applicant with the privilege of barring others from utilizing a similar innovation. In any case, this is subject to the reality of how the claims are drafte...Read More
A Quick Brief about the Most Common Design Patent Application Rejections
Receiving a rejection for your patent application could be the most disheartening thing. You may spend long hours designing your patents but knowing that it isn’t up to the mark could be quite annoying. Many reasons may le...Read More
In Sectional Views, the interior structures of an object are shown by slicing a part of an object. The sectional view can also be orthogonal or perspective. There can be: a front perspective sectional view a front sectional view a side s...Read More
The Exploded View shows the components of an object disassembled and slightly separated by distance to show hidden features of the object. The exploded view can be orthogonal or perspective. However, the projection of an exploded view is normally...Read More
In isometric view, three-dimensional objects are visually represented in two dimensions in such a way that the three coordinate axes appear equally foreshortened and the angle between any two of them is 120 degrees. It is a particular type of pe...Read More
Orthogonal Drawing Views
In Orthogonal or engineering view, the viewer’s eyes are centered on one side of the object. In other words, the viewer’s line of sight is orthogonal (perpendicular) to aside. Look at the picture it has all possible orthogonal views of the&...Read More
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 any side. The perspective view at a properly selected angle gives a sense of a real object. It is much easier to und...Read More