Vector graphics – What does it mean?
For the optimal realization of your logo files as print or engraving we need your logo template as vectorized graphic template. Vector graphics are based on lines and geometric shapes rather than pixels (image points). Vector data has the great advantage that the data can be scaled or adjusted to any size without transmission losses. For example, they can be traced directly by a laser when engraving.
However, many images or graphics are based on pixels or bitmaps. These templates can usually only be converted to print with a loss of quality and are therefore unsuitable as print templates. You can see this when you enlarge these templates. For example, outlines and lines become blurred. This also applies to pdf files created from pixel files.
Below are some helpful tips and background information for converting existing JPEG or TIF files to vector graphics: