Digitizing And Vectorizing
Vector graphics is the use of polygons to represent images in computer graphics. Vector graphics are based on vectors, which lead through locations called control points or nodes. Each of these points has a definite position on the x and y axes of the work plane and determines the direction of the path; further, each path may be assigned a stroke color, shape, curve, thickness, and fill.
Embroidery digitizing is the process of converting existing artwork like a company logo or team emblem into a stitch file that an embroidery machine can sew on a garment. Before any design can be embroidered, it must be digitized.
Applying ink on apparel is a skill that is learned in time, although it’s not the only thing we do. Our equipment combined with expert staff and relentless passion for our craft affords us the ability to deliver second to none screen printed garments with great efficiency. Our reputation is everything and we’ve been taking great pride in our work since 2011.
Things you should know about screen printing
With screen printing, only one color can be applied at a time. Therefore, the number of colors on a t-shirt is limited, and each color requires more time, another screen and stencil, and ultimately, more money. That’s why screen printing is a good choice for simple designs with one solid color, and when you’re making many t-shirts of the same design at a time (eg. for a sports team, summer camp, or event)
• Qualified staff with over 8 years experience
• Strict quality control
• Capable of producing up to 1000 imprints per hour
• Oversized printing capabilities
• Special effects printing
• Environmentally friendly inks
• Custom Pantone™ color matching
• Ecologically and socially responsible production practices