Home / Digitizing / Apparel Sales / Embroidery / Screenprinting    
 
 

Home
Services
FAQ
Company Info
Contact Us

 

Our Services

 

Apparel Sales
Contract Embroidery
Screenprinting
Custom Digitizing

 

 

 

   

 

Our goal is to provide you with high quality, smooth running, efficient embroidery designs. You can mail, email, or fax your artwork to us.

Please let us know the finished size you desire, type of material to be sewn on, colors needed, and any other special requirements you may have.

 

 

 

Pricing

 

Standard turn around time (4-5 working days)

1-10,000 stitches.....$12.00 per 1000 stitches (minimum $45.00)

10,001-15,000..........$10.00 per 1000 stitches

 

 

Rush Service (1-2 working days)

1-10,000 stitches.....$15.00 per 1000 stitches (minimum $75.00)

10,001-15,000..........$13.00 per 1000 stitches

 

 

Pricing valid up to 15,000 stitches. Above 15,000 we will quote price.

 

Minimum charge for original design is $45.00

 

Revisions to original designs will be quoted.

 

High volume discounts available

 

Email design delivery at no additional charge.

 

Additional diskette/reference sheet copies $15.00

 

3D Puff programming available

 

All major disk formats available

 

 

View some samples

 

 

How small can the lettering go?

A. For best results, we like to keep the lettering approximately 1/4 inch (or 5mm) tall on pique knit type materials. Due to the nature of machine embroidery, the quality of the lettering degrades considerably below this size. Smaller lettering sizes are an option, though, if stitching on poplin, denim, satin, nylon and other very smooth, tight materials. Talk to us if you have questions.

   

 

Free quotes
Feel free to fax or email a design for a quote. Please include the actual logo size, number of pieces (for contract embroidery ), your name, and your fax number or email address. Thanks!

 

What is Digitizing??
Digitizing is the process of taking the customerís artwork or digital picture
and converting the design into stitches that are stored in a computer file which
the embroidery machine can read. The human "digitizer" or "puncher" optimizes the qualities of the various stitch types, densities, and sewing sequence to each type of material being sewn on.

 

Disk Formats

CD formats:

Tajima (.dst)

Expanded (.exp)

 

Floppy formats:

Melco (.exp)

Tajima (.dst)

Barudan (.fdr)

Barudan (.fmc)

Zsk (.zsk)

Babylock (.pes)

Bernina (.pes)

Brother (.pes)

Elna/Janome (.sew)

Singer (.xxx)

Viking (.hus)

 

Email formats:

Tajima (.dst)

Expanded (.exp)

 

   
         
   

Copyright © 2011 Majic Embroidery & Screenprinting