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In today’s embroidery world, customers would often hear two different services from providers. One is digitizing service and the other is vector service. Both of these services involve conversion of a certain image into a new high quality file format, which is essential in setting up a better quality logo or design.
So is there any difference between digitizing service and vector service? That is main focus of this post.
|Image done through digitizing service|
Digitizing service and vector service are both modern methods of embroidery. In digitizing, the design or logo is scanned through the computer and with the aid of digitizing software; the operator or embroidery digitizer is able to instantly convert a typical image into a stitch file format. It is essential to convert the original image or logo into stitch file because this is the only format that the computerized embroidery machine accepts and read.
|Image done through vector service|
Meanwhile, in vector service, it also uses an object-based editing software is also in order to create vector graphics. Images that undergone vector service usually resolution independent and scalable. They can be output to the highest quality or scaled down without any loss in quality. Furthermore, the image created through vector service does not have any jaggedness so the overall quality of the design is certainly incomparable.
When it comes to pricing, digitizing service is much cheaper than vector service. However, in terms of turnaround, both services can be done in less than 24 hours.