Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
For logo imprint or engraving, the logo image or text must be provided as a vector file. The main reason is because a vector image retains its clarity when scaled up or down. You can see how the non-vector file is all pixelated and distorted. For the vector files, the computer remembers the file using vector paths, thus avoiding pixelation of the image. Vector paths are saved as mathematical equations, allowing resizing of the image without any loss of clarity. For the majority of other file types (jpg, bmp, png, and etc.), the computer uses a grid of pixels or small squares that get fuzzy and distorted when enlarged.