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Raster to Vector Conversions

We Convert Raster to Vector graphics. We will redraw your bad quality artwork or logo, into a high quality Vector Image.

  • Low cost

  • Fast turnaround

  • High quality

  • Simple, reliable service

image to vector conversion

Why do you need your logo redrawn into vector?

Once your logo has been redrawn into a vector format, you will then be able to use it for just about every purpose you can think of, with no more jagged edges to worry about! A vector image will remain razor sharp no matter how large you scale it up.

Usually you would require your logo to be in a vector format if the logo is to be placed onto products or items such as a vehicle, mugs, plaques, signage or large format banners. The added bonus of having a vector drawn logo is that it will always appear sharp at any size. For example, truck size!

Future Proof Your Business

Your corporate image is vital to your business and your company logo is the main graphic icon that represents everything about your company. You really want to avoid displaying a shabby pixelated version of your logo. This will give a bad first impression and potentially be harmful to your business.

If you take your business seriously then you should have a version of your logo in vector format so that it will look sharp and clean in all your marketing media. It doesn’t cost much!

What is a vector image?

There are basically 2 main categories of image types:

Raster images, such as a JPG, GIF, PNG or BMP file extension.
Or Vector images, such as an AI, EPS or SVG file extension.

A raster image is made up of a grid of tiny pixels. Try zooming in close at a JPG photograph and you will see the individual squares that form the image.

A vector graphic is made up of a series of lines, curves and points based on mathematical equations. No matter how close you zoom in, you won’t see any pixels. A vector image will appear sharp at any size.

What vector file formats will you receive?

We supply AI (Native Adobe Illustrator format), PDF and EPS files as standard. Other formats such as CDR (Coreldraw files) and SVG can be supplied upon request.