ABOUT LOGO EXPRESS
Embroidery • Screen Printing • Promotional Items
When it's time for your next project choose Logo Express. We work hard to create the best quality art and embroidery designs. Our designs start with a concept for an embroidery project or style. Our experienced artists then sketch the embroidery designs with an eye for detail and digitizing. This extra detail allows our digitizing team to create the highest quality machine embroidery designs. OESD digitizers carefully work to reduce embroidery thread changes, eliminate thread traps, and then we test sew every single machine embroidery design created in our studio. So when you are creating your next project, gift, quilt, or work of art - you can take confidence that our designs will sew out right every time. We offer all major embroidery formats including: .ART, .EXP, .JAN, .PES, .DST, .EMD, .EMB, .HUS, .JEF, .XXX, .VIP. We also offer our most popular collections on physical embroidery CD or USB drive. Thank you again for choosing Logo Express for embroidery designs and collections for your next projects.
Q&A commonly asked about our services
Is it cheaper to do screen printing or embroidery?
Screen Printing is less expensive, but not as much as people think. It is typically a couple of dollars less per item. On smaller runs, embroidery is generally less expensive.
What if I don't have a logo yet?
Logo Express can help you develop a company logo, or refer you to a branding expert if you are a medium to large business.
In what format should I submit my logo?
For the purposes of embroidery, we prefer a JPG at 300dpi. We can also accept TIFF, EPS, GIF and PDF formats. For the purposes of screen printing we need an EPS or Corel Draw files. We can not use JPG, GIF, PDF or TIFF files for screen printing.
Can I bring my own garments in for embroidery and printing?
Yes. However, quite often we can save you money by purchasing the product for you because of our volume discount with several vendors.
What is the set-up fee and what is it for?
A set-up fee is a one-time fee charged to set up screens for screen printing or a computer file to tell the embroidery machines what to do for embroidery. Most items will require a set-up fee. For screen printing this is to develop the film screens used in the printing process. For embroidery, this is payment for the time it takes to digitize your logo, which means to put it in a format that the embroidery machine can read.