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By Kirk Teska

It is a well known subject of severe value to a person making plans to convey a brand new technical product to marketplace. For all engineers and their managers keen on product improvement, patent legislations and the patent method, yet relatively early occupation engineers who desire a simple creation to the subject. additionally an excellent refresher e-book for more matured engineers. the writer has eighteen years of highbrow estate legislation event. He has taught patent legislations and is a standard patent/IP columnist for MASS excessive TECH and legal professionals WEEKLY

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Schematic three-dimensional 23 views are usually preferred. The drawings should start with a drawing from a very high level, the “view from 30,000 feet,” typically in the form of a schematic block diagram or a flow chart, and then become gradually more detailed, so that perhaps one of the blocks of the first figure would be exploded and become the second figure, showing greater detail, and so on until the last figure. There may be 2 or 3 figures, or as many as 10 or 15 figures. Bear in mind that any alternative features that you could envision should also be shown in the drawings.

Let’s go way back in time and suppose you invented a different valve system. This time, let’s simplify things and just make it a specially designed solenoid for a ball valve. As far as you know, no one else has yet developed a ball valve. You have done at least some preliminary patent searching to confirm this hypothesis. Your patent namely describes a solenoid driven ball valve but broadly claims for protection a valve with an actuator which can be energized to open and close the valve. Later in time, a competitor begins selling a butterfly valve opened and closed via a hydraulic actuator.

A patent specification must enable, provide a written description of, and disclose the best known version of the claimed invention. Why? The main reason is that we don’t want people or companies obtaining patent protection for something without describing how that something is made or used. Remember that after a patent expires, everyone is allowed to make and use the previously patented invention. Well, if the invention 39 is not sufficiently described, people would have a hard time making or using the invention when the patent expires.

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