Inventors are faced with the challenge of having their invention designed every time they take on the process of submitting a patent. Just because you can invent something doesn’t necessarily mean your good at drawing. Most inventors have to turn to an invention design service to create their Patent Drawings.
Patent Drawings are blueprints or technical drawings that help the patent office fully understand the idea, look and functionality of the invention. CAD designers are the ones responsible for creating these drawings and they can help with other aspects of the invention as well.
CAD & Inventions
If your an Inventor you should be familiar with CAD. These files will be used throughout the design of your Invention and will be the primary way it’s designed. CAD is the acronym for Computer Aided Design or Computer Aided Drafting. It is a file that consist of all the information used for manufacturing products. The files are created by a draftsman using CAD computer software.
Having a rapid prototype made is a good idea if your an inventor. The prototype allows you to analyze the look and feel of the invention as well as identify any potential problems. These prototypes can be created by a machine known as a 3D Printer. The 3D Printer uses a technique of layering to produce the prototype. This process lays one layer upon another with the specified material until a complete object is formed. The process is actually quicker than one might think and not that expensive to have done. Look online for an service that can provide you with patent drawings and can produce your prototype as well.