At The Embroidery Company, we work primarily with three main file types: vector, bitmap, and embroidery.
What is a Vector file?
One of the most effective ways to build an image digitally is by using vectors. A vector file is an image that uses mathematical formulas to create lines and curves on a grid. This ultimately means that when you resize a vector image, it will never become blurry or pixelated. The image’s sharpness and color quality will always stay intact, making it easy to alter. Vector files work best when creating logos, graphics, and illustrations. Vector files include .AI and .EPS.
WE ACCEPT THE FOLLOWING VECTOR FILES:
- Adobe® Illustrator® (.AI);
- Encapsulated PostScript® (.EPS);
- Portable Document File (.PDF)
- PostScript® Interpreted (.PS);
- CorelDRAW® (.CDR);
Do you have a product that needs some embellishment?
We would be happy to help. Reach out to one of our embroidery experts to get a price quote for your project today.