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AFFORDABLE AND FAST VECTORIZATION

Let VectorMaid convert your low quality raster images into crisp, scalable vector files. Just e-mail us your file, and we’ll have it vectorized and back in your hands by the next business day.

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Other vectorization services give you a low-quality end result. Vectormaid gives you the cleanest, sharpest lines and curves with the quickest turnaround time for a great price.

WATCH VECTORMAID IN ACTION

Below is a video showing how VectorMaid vectorizes your artwork. This example was a job from 247 Graphx out of Del City, Oklahoma.

VECTORMAID BLOG HIGHLIGHTS

VectorMaid Revamped Monthly Newsletter Coming Soon

New Client - The Document House
6.24.11

VectorMaid will be rolling out a new monthly newsletter which will offer tips and tricks to vector graphics, and offer various discounts and specials on vectorization services. Sign up here!

Adding Flair to the Vectorization Process

Vectorization of John Hopkins University Logos
3.3.11

Sometimes a mere vector copy of an image isn't enough. Lately, there have been numerous requests to add backgrounds and wild colors or shading to otherwise ordinary images. Click here to see an example!

Johns Hopkins University Vectors

Vectorization of John Hopkins University Logos
05.20.10

Signs By Tomorrow in Owings Mills, MD asked VectorMaid to clean up some icons for Johns Hopkins University, including a few graphics for the Brody Learning Commons. Click here to see the before and after shots.

Launch of the New VectorMaid Website!

VectorMaid - new website
05.10.10

The old VectorMaid site, though eye-appealing, was lacking in several areas. The new site will allow for easier online payments and more content updates which include an all-new blog section. Also, the new site... read more

Vector vs. Raster


Vector images are defined by lines, curves, and shapes such as circles and squares, as opposed to bitmap images which are defined by pixels - square bits of information (color) arranged in a grid. In a vector file, the shapes are precise mathematical descriptions of the image and can be scaled to any size without becoming blurry or "pixelated" (that choppy look that bitmap/raster images get when scaled up).


Raster images are also known as bitmaps and do not scale up without losing a certain amount of clarity (called pixelation).

Why Vectorize a File?


Vector images are used in many aspects of graphic design and are the preferred format for printing. The reason for this is because vector files can be scaled to any size without losing clarity. A file will therefore appear as smooth and crisp on a 3.5" x 2" business card as it will on an 8' x 4' banner. A raster file loses clarity as it is enlarged.


Flex printing and embroidery actually require a vector format in order to work. Vector images can also be used on the web typically in the form of Flash animation. Visit the gallery to see some examples of how vectorized images can be used.