How to get Logo Digitized?</p>


Logo; the definition

The logo is the images that tend to represent you or your business or company, an image you are recognized with. Symbols, characters, and plea can be added to that image to make it look more attractive and eye-catching.

Logo digitizing; the concept!

A skilled procedure in which your logo or the idea of your logo is transformed into a mechanical embroidery format is what logo digitizing is all about. The instance the logo is converted to the embroidery machines, they are then sewed onto hats, leather jackets, bags, or anything or everything making sure that all the items are indistinguishable in quality and impression. Once the logo has been digitized onto the stationary of your choice, it can be introduced into the market to empower you with cost-effective publicity and company branding.

The first important factor to take care of digitizing logo is to choose the layout or format for the file, some examples of the formats that promise to offer outstanding result images in the shortest amount of time are mentioned below:

  • .ai for Adobe Illustrator
  • .cdr for Corel Draw
  • .pdf for Adobe PDF documents
  • .jpg for jpeg picture file
  • .psd for Adobe Photoshop files
  • .bmp for Bitmap


Logo digitizing in terms of cost varies and is based on the factors from the complexity of design to the number of stitches involved in the procedure of digitizing it. The more complex and the more stitch count a logo has, the more will be the price count. Logo digitizing takes time according to the complicatedness and accuracy it pertains to digitize the logo, it can take some time between 1 day to 7 days.


Digitizing a logo!


To start with the process, you have to assign the design or the file to the right embroidery machine. There are eight steps to digitize a logo which are as follows:

  • 1. Put the design file or logo into the program and crop out any unnecessary space that you don't want to be embroidered.
  • 2. Set the desired proportions for the logo to be embroidered in, the exact image that will appear as the outcome, carefully assign the position and then lock the picture.
  • 3. Among the variety of stitches used for several appearances, textures, and fabrics choose the one that you want considering the maximum stitch length, the "push and pull" of the fabric and it's type.
  • 4. It is very essential to set the stitching direction to save the machine from trimming, jumping and unsightly pattern and to save thread and time of yours.
  • 5. Choose the right colors from the color bar for the embroidery thread and make sure to match the thread color to the pantone color log.
  • 6. The converted embroidery file transfer that to your embroidery machine either by directly from the computer running the software or by using the USB cable, or flashcard.
  • 7. Prepare your embroidery machine by following some important measures of informing the machine about the elements of design by choosing the appropriate needles, threads, direction, and embroidery path. Check that your machine has the desired colors, and then position your product and slide into the arms of the embroidery machine by positioning the embroidery loops and embroidery frames right on the frames.
  • 8. The most important step is to test the design first before producing a bulk of digitized logos. Test run the logo until you get the perfect adjustments.