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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Yr Blues, Mar 5, 2010.
Are they drawn by children or lawyers?
I would guess it is deliberate to draw less attention to the art and more attention to the actual patent content
What is the difference?
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why have a drawing then? Lookit that fingar!!!
The images are meant to be as vague as possible. Since you're obviously not a patent lawyer don't worry about it.
Just wanted to know if there's a reason for it. How can they protect the patent if it's too vague?
I have 5 patents and the drawings are by the design engineers and perhaps made clearer (if they need to be) by the patent attorney.
The better question: How do you not protect a vague patent?
The drawings do look funny. But the art is not the subject. They likely do this deliberately to focus attention to the device or a function or whatever they are specifically trying to patent. I'm sure if they wanted good, accurate drawings, they would have one of their many artists produce them.
One of my friends works for a patent firm and often has to draw, he has no artistic training at all. They bang out views of the product and call it good, as long as it displays the intent they are fine.
You are basically asking a lawyer to draw.
As I suspected
Okay, do they even use rulers......jeezzzzz
There is a patent attorney who frequents this forum a lot. He should be able to answer this question.