By Rich Adams and Alicia Bobbato
What are vector graphics?
Vector graphics are based on mathematical descriptions of points, lines and curves. This means they are resolution-independent and can be scaled to any size without losing quality. Since they have no resolution until printed, the final value depends on the output device used.
Advantages of vector graphics include being scalable and having smaller file sizes compared to raster images, which makes it appropriate for sign printing.
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