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How to Make Patent Drawings Yourself

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This essential guide for inventors illustrates how to complete a crucial step in the patenting process -- creating formal patent drawings that comply with the strict rules of the U.S. Patent Office. Professional patent drafters charge $75 to $100 per sheet to prepare patent drawings. Now, with How to Make Patent Drawings Yourself, you can do your own drawings and save yourself hundreds or even thousands of dollars. Written by two experts in the patent field, this essential book shows how to: understand Patent Office drawing standards make formal drawings using a pen and ruler, computer or camera respond to Patent Office examinations Most importantly, you can have the satisfaction of properly completing the entire patent application yourself -- an impressive accomplishment for an inventor. The perfect companion to David Pressman's Patent It Yourself!

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Publisher: NOLO Edition: 3

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  • ISBN: 0873377885
  • File size: 7025 KB
  • Release date: October 28, 2002

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English

This essential guide for inventors illustrates how to complete a crucial step in the patenting process -- creating formal patent drawings that comply with the strict rules of the U.S. Patent Office. Professional patent drafters charge $75 to $100 per sheet to prepare patent drawings. Now, with How to Make Patent Drawings Yourself, you can do your own drawings and save yourself hundreds or even thousands of dollars. Written by two experts in the patent field, this essential book shows how to: understand Patent Office drawing standards make formal drawings using a pen and ruler, computer or camera respond to Patent Office examinations Most importantly, you can have the satisfaction of properly completing the entire patent application yourself -- an impressive accomplishment for an inventor. The perfect companion to David Pressman's Patent It Yourself!

The Adobe Reader format of this title is not suitable for use on the Pocket PC or Palm OS versions of Adobe Reader.


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