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    Vector SRAM logos

    Please help me to get vector SRAM logos, such as STYLO and GXP . Wanna repaint my cranks and need to make decals to save this logos. Thanks!
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    I'm not sure you need them to be honest. The guy I use to do my custom decals can pull an image directly off a website and then touches it up in the program he uses. They always come out as exact replicas, done on the spot in a few minutes. Maybe he's very good or has the right programming, but I don't think a professional making your decals will need a vector image. This post is not absolute truth, I don't know anything on the topic, just offering some input that will potentially save you the hassle.

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    thanks, but my paint master told me to get this decals if i want to see logos again))
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    I would rather see no logos than Stylo logos... but to each his own: check here.

    And even the best graphic designers will prefer to get the original vector artwork if he can, not only will it look alike, it will be exactly the same and it will save time.

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    Dan Gerous
    this was the first link i visited. there is a "media" section on their website, but it requires password.
    +1 for original artwork.
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    If you can find a raster image (jpg, etc) with decent resolution Coreldraw and Illustrator can both do a very good trace to convert it to a vector image. The lower the resolution, the more cleanup will be necessary.

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    MichauxYeti
    i'm pro graphics and web designer, and i can sure you they both can't give you good results even in 3000x2000 pixels source image. it will be faster to draw it from beginning than to cleanup after tracer anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d.n.s
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    i'm pro graphics and web designer, and i can sure you they both can't give you good results even in 3000x2000 pixels source image. it will be faster to draw it from beginning than to cleanup after tracer anyway.
    So am I. I've converted numerous high-res web images to vector images for screen printing. You're creating a logo sized for a crankarm, not a billboard.

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    MichauxYeti
    anyway
    this won't give perfect results.
    so i spend about a hour and drawed it from beginning in Corel.
    PM me if someone else will need it.
    Please close this thread
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