Frequently Asked Questions
What is Vector Art?
Vector art is a type of digital art that is created using vector graphics software. Vector graphics are made of points, lines, curves, and shapes that are based on mathematical formulas. Unlike raster images, which are made of pixels, vector images can be scaled to any size without losing quality or clarity. Vector art is often used for logos, icons, typography, illustrations, and other graphic design projects that require clean and crisp edges.
Some types of products that use vector artwork are:
Logos and icons for branding and identity
Brochures and flyers for marketing and advertising
Posters and banners for events and promotions
Websites and apps for online presence and user interface
Coasters and signs for home decor and business purposes
Key chains and gifts for personalization and customization
Awards and trophies for recognition and appreciation
Puzzles and toys for fun and education
Fabric and textile patterns for clothing and accessories
Stamps and stickers for labeling and decoration
How fast is your turn around rate on larger orders?
Unfortunately due to the varying materials and processes used, we cannot precisely verify the speed. On average, mot customers see their order shipped out within 2 weeks.
What Industry do you serve?
What we offer is ideal for automotive, medical, and manufacturing industries as well as boutiques, concert merchandise, school spirit wear, sports team merchandise, bars, vineyards, etc. The artistic or aesthetic applications are limitless.
How does Laser Engraving work?
Laser engraving is a non-contact process that uses a focused laser beam to vaporize the surface of a material and create a permanent mark. The laser beam is controlled by a computer program that determines the path, power, and speed of the laser. With it, we can mark a variety of materials, such as metal, plastic, wood, and more. You can engrave your logo, name, slogan, or any other message with precision and accuracy.
Can you engrave something I provide you?
There are some chemicals and finishes that can create poisonous gas in our lasers, so we must know what the material and what type of finish it is. If you are unsure, contact a team member and ask!
Do you have Hours of Operation?
Our Hours of Operation are as follows:
Saturdays and Sundays we are closed.
We are closed on all Major U.S. Holidays.