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b00st3d's picture

How to make vectorized logos?


Lets say I have a logo that I wish to vectorize for a vinyl cutting plotter...any tutorials/tips out there?


Jacques LeStrapp's picture

Use this web site ...

Abulhaarith's picture

You could use Adobe Illustrator to draw the vector and have the drawing or image of your logo as a reference picture.

(Or vectormagic works too)

jetcutter's picture

I use this for scanned images and the like.
Well worth the money.

Lara Croft's picture

will the software allow me to save it as an eps that i could then import into corel draw and scale up to any size for cutting.

jetcutter's picture

Yes it will.
It is a raster to Vector tracing program.
Also saves in .CDR files.
Takes a bit of experience with it, But I still swear by it.

Stefan8's picture

Hey guys , you real helped me out with your link resources.

Thank you !

IntegraphixDesign's picture

I was wondering this as well - I've had plenty of clients give me .jpg files of their logo. Thanks!

//Jenn @

jargonsix's picture

Save yourself the hassle, try . those guys are pros. I think they use to advertise here long ago.

LogoGeek's picture
3 pencils

Corel Trace, Adobe Illustrator, and maybe Gimp does it as well. Or you could always pay someone to do it for you.