If I had to sum up The 12 Week Year, I would have to say in a nutshell it was about breaking things down. Taking your yearly goals and ambitions, and breaking them down into 12 week sections. Very similar thinking to the book “Traction”. Taking baby steps to accomplish your goals. What I learned from reading the book was a lot of us have great intentions, and make goals every year, however in our day to day lives we get overwhelmed and we, like a train, sometimes get derailed, or fall off the tracks. According to the authors...Read More
Author: Tammy Brzeczkowski
Why am I charged a screen charge on my t-shirt invoice? Great question, and we sure do get asked this a lot working in the branded apparel industry. Another great question that we often get, is “Why am I charged a screen charge if I provide artwork for you?” Let me help explain this age old question of screen charges. In a recent blog, we explained the difference between screen printing and embroidery. Screen printing is one of the oldest forms of printing that there is. It is a method of creating an image on paper, fabric or some...Read More
Being in the graphics industry, we get this question all the time. The biggest difference between a jpeg and vector artwork (eps or ai) is the ability manipulate the design. JPEG, which stands for “Joint Photographic Experts Group”, which is the name of the group who created the JPEG standard. JPEGS are made with an array of pixels of various colors which form an image. It is very difficult to manipulate a design that uses a JPEG. PNG’s and TIFFS are listed in the same category that a JPEG is. Vector graphics are graphics that are scalable. We can...Read More
Why am I charged for digitizing for embroidery (set-up) when I provided my embroidery company a jpeg?
This is a great question that is often asked by our clients. It is fairly simple to answer when you understand the process of embroidery. Just like you and I, the embroidery machine has its own language. Depending upon the make and model of the embroidery machine will depend on the file that you need. For example, the Tajima embroidery machine performs well with a DST file. A melco, uses an EXP file. Even home embroidery machines have a file extension that works best for their machine. Whatever embroidery machine you have, you will need a specific file that...Read More
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