Logo Sizing

Discussion in 'Hints and Tips' started by easonr, Apr 5, 2006.

  1. easonr

    easonr

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    I need to enlarge my logo without losing picture quality to use in screen printing for heat transfers. I need the logo to be the actual size that I want to print which is roughly 12" x 14". How do I do that? Then I need to send it out via e-mail. Can someone help me, please????!!!!!

    My direct e-mail: reason2@nc.rr.com:helpnow:
     
  2. D RAT2

    D RAT2

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    To get the quality you need for that type of printing, your logo is going to have to be vectorized. Visit this site http://www.vikingarts.com They will convert your logo to a vector file for $5 - $25 depending on how complicated it is. Their turn around is 24 hours. They do excellent work, I use them all the time. Once your image is vectorized you can blow it up to the size of a bus without losing quality.
     
  3. easonr

    easonr

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    Thank you D Rat. I will try that. Thank you again!
     

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