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Convert a jpeg file to dst

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by Montecarlo01, Dec 17, 2012.

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  1. Montecarlo01

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    Hello, I am looking for someone who is able to help me convert a logo I have from a jpeg file to a dst file so that a company I deal with can embroider my shirts. Thanks so much, I will include the file for anyone who can do this, all the best, Montecarlo01.
    [​IMG] GB embroidery.jpg (212.7 KB)
     

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    Hi Montecarlo01, and welcome to TSG.

    I am going to ask a mod to move this thread to our Software & Hardware > Digital Photography & Imaging forum. The General Technology > Tech Tips & Tricks forum is for sharing interesting tips and tricks with other members.
     
  3. Montecarlo01

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    Thanks
     
  4. Montecarlo01

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    I'm hoping Noyb can help me, he looks like the person to ask, thanks in advance!
     
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    Those are pictures of an embroidery pattern ... They've already been digitized.
    Try contacting the Gordie Burns Golf School for the pattern or products
     
  6. Montecarlo01

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    Thanks Noyb...I am GB, so I have the pattern, I just wasn't sure that this file was sufficient for Titleist to use. I'll let you know if this is good enough, thanks for your quick reply and help.
     
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    They ARE screen shots of color versions of the same designs but did you receive any type of embroidery file or just a quote with this set of screen shots? Is Titleist going to be stamping golf balls or tees or sewing your logo on shirts or towels?
     
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    Titleist is going to be sewing the logos on shirts and they asked me to provide them a file that ends in dst, that's all I know, and I also know that I don't have a file that ends in dst, just jpeg and ai, and neither of those are sufficient. What do I need to do? Thanks so much, MC
     
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    The attached embroidery patterns were probably made from a dst files .... Where did they go ???
    Who did the sewing for these logos ????
    If you can't find them, They will need to be digitized again .. (re-created)
    Duane will probably need better pictures to work with ... Do you have better pictures ???
     

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    Are your jpeg or ai files anything like these ???? ... Duane (SignalPunch) will probably need something like these to work from.
     

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    The AI file would be useful in creating your logo as an embroidery file. But - where did the JPG with the several versions come from? It appears that someone worked it up in the same digitizing software that I use and would be able to provide the DST file and color chart for Titleist. I make my screen shots differently but the little red crosshair in the centers of the images tells me someone has done the work, probably for a quote.

    If so, you would be better served to proceed with allowing them to provide your file. It won't be free but you will get a professional result which is better for your company image.
     
  12. Montecarlo01

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    I think these are better pictures to work with. Hollas did the digitizing for the other patterns, I don't have or seem to be able to find them anywhere if I do have them...cheers, MC
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    Also here is the ai one if that works better. Thx
     

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    All is good, Titleist is digitizing them for me for $40, well worth it, thanks for your input I appreciate it. MC
     
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