Design Patent Drawings

Posted by ADMIN May 9, 2019

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A design patent is the ornamental design of a functional item for which legal protection has granted. It protects the way an article looks (35 U.S.C 171). The ornamental appearance of an article/item includes its shape/configuration or surface ornamentation applied to the section or both. The design patent cost is USD 39/sheet.

The design patent cost would be USD 39/sheet. So, call us today on +1 408 915 5200.

  • Flat Fee irrespective of the number of figures on a sheet
  • Flat Fee irrespective of the complexity of drawings and iterations.
  • Design Patent Drawings are compliant to USPTO, EPO, IPO, JPO & other patent offices of the world. We take complete care of shading, consistency, margins, etc.
  • No separate charge for “Replacement Sheet.”
  • Share drawings and sketches in any format, including sketches, photos, videos, and 3D files, etc.
  • No charge for iterations
  • Get a Peace of Mind: “We are Patent Drawing Experts”!

Delivery:

  • Expedited – within two days.
  • Regular – 2 or more days.

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A) Can patent drawings be in color?

The drawings in a design patent application may be submitted in black and white or in color. However, the USPTO will accept photographs in design patent applications if the photographs are the only practicable medium for illustrating the claimed invention. This petition, along with the color drawings, is typically filed in the paper but the USPTO, however, permits the electronic filing of color drawings via EFS-Web.

B) How much does it cost to get a patent?

Because filing a non-provisional patent application is more expensive and costs about $900. This total cost also includes searches and reviews as well as examination fees which costs around $220. Once you add legal fees and non-provisional patents it usually costs between $8,000 and $15,000 or more.

C) What qualifies for a design patent?

So, the subject matter of a design patent application must be the ornamental characteristics applied to a physical item. More specifically, the design patent protects non-functional, purely form (shape or configuration) and aesthetic aspects of a patentable subject matter.

D) Can you patent a design concept?

The simple answer is no—you cannot patent an idea for an invention. The invention itself has to be produced or a patent application containing the invention must be filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). While all inventions start with an idea, not every idea can be called an invention.

E) What is needed for a design patent?

The provisions of this title relating to patents for invention shall apply to patents for designs, except as otherwise provided. The first part of section 171 imposes four requirements for design patentability: novelty, originality, ornamentality, and the subject matter must be an article of manufacture.

F) Are design patents worth it?

Simply put, design patents now have increased strength and consequentially value, and as such, may be worth pursuing more so than in the recent past. … Often they are best used in combination with a utility patent application to protect both looks and functionality of an article.

G) What are the 3 types of patents?

There are three types of patents: utility patents, design patents, and plant patents.

H) How difficult is it to get a patent?

Since patents are legal articles, they can be somewhat difficult to obtain. … Once you’ve completed your application and paid all the associated fees, which can run between $200 and $850 in the U.S., you’ll send it to the patent office, which in the United States is known as the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

I) Can I file a patent for an idea?

Conclusion. With reference to above discussion, it can be said that an idea can be patented if it can later be transformed into an invention. An inventor can file for a patent for his idea initially, but he must analyse his idea whether it has the capability to be performed or not.

J) How do you protect an idea?
Only intellectual protection tools such as patents, designs or models, trademarks or copyrights can protect the materialization of an idea. The idea cannot be protected as such, but the means leading to this idea can be protected. Furthermore, the protection tools can be combined.

Source of questions and answers – Google