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Old November 30th, 2011, 12:59 PM   #11 (permalink)
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with all due respect "Powerstitch" no where in my response did I come off as complaining !!!!!! just merely stated a fact that I missed out on the test comparison and did not want people to possibly associate my name with some of the digitizers who would not identify themselves......"it's that simple"

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Brent, your work is well known to all the members for quality....so you are already in this list and you have got many clients on this forum (from reviews i have read)
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Old December 1st, 2011, 11:04 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Apologies to anyone I wasn't able to include you in the evaluation who would have liked to be. I would have preferred a few more and especially a few more willing to be identified.

Unfortunately, as this is all "on the clock," I couldn't really justify running another digitizer evaluation unless we actually needed a new one. I hope you all found it informative though.

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I would think your company would love another comparison test,,,,you always need back up for all aspects of your business. Maybe not today,,,,but in the near future.

Although a blind test may now get many more takers from this forum, as all those on here know to look for it now, there are others on the web that dont' subscribe here. And we may have a member that isn't registered and posts, but, may do their own test with the digitizers here and from other sources. So everyone will need to be prepared.

Your blind test proves one of my points, to me anyway, that a digitizer that wants new business and is willing to give a little before they take, will come out way ahead by offering a free first design to a customer. Sure it shouldn't be a 50K jacket back or mural,,,,common sense would prevail in that instance. But a basic left chest or hat shouldn't be a problem at all for a digitizer to do.

And, yes,,,,I know I dont' get to sample the groceries before I pay for them, but I already know how most all foods taste. But, I do test drive a car before I buy it. I do get a sample taste of a new ice cream flavor at Baskin Robbins before I buy, and I do test the water temp before I jump into the pool or lake! Same for digitizers,,,as they are all NOT the same, as your test proves.

Like I said before, a great thread, a great test for you and all of us to see, and a really great analysis by you Gerald,,,,thank you.
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Old December 1st, 2011, 05:53 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Great survey....amazing thread!!!
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Old December 7th, 2011, 01:40 AM   #14 (permalink)
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I would think your company would love another comparison test,,,,you always need back up for all aspects of your business. Maybe not today,,,,but in the near future.

Although a blind test may now get many more takers from this forum, as all those on here know to look for it now, there are others on the web that dont' subscribe here. And we may have a member that isn't registered and posts, but, may do their own test with the digitizers here and from other sources. So everyone will need to be prepared.

Your blind test proves one of my points, to me anyway, that a digitizer that wants new business and is willing to give a little before they take, will come out way ahead by offering a free first design to a customer. Sure it shouldn't be a 50K jacket back or mural,,,,common sense would prevail in that instance. But a basic left chest or hat shouldn't be a problem at all for a digitizer to do.

And, yes,,,,I know I dont' get to sample the groceries before I pay for them, but I already know how most all foods taste. But, I do test drive a car before I buy it. I do get a sample taste of a new ice cream flavor at Baskin Robbins before I buy, and I do test the water temp before I jump into the pool or lake! Same for digitizers,,,as they are all NOT the same, as your test proves.

Like I said before, a great thread, a great test for you and all of us to see, and a really great analysis by you Gerald,,,,thank you.
I'm glad you have all found this informative. It was certainly an informative experience for myself and SJS as well. And I agree that a willingness to provide a sample will pay off. As a consumer of digitizing services, we would never have established any long term relationship without first testing the service.

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Old December 9th, 2011, 11:52 AM   #15 (permalink)
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We also provide samples on request or we have also samples on our website which client can test if they just want to test our services.
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Thanks for this great comparison. I was not able to see get to any of the links. I got all 404 errors for all of them.
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that's probably because its from 2011. i just read through most of it for the first time....and i've been a member for years. it is not entirely accurate. i've had to redo several designs done by one of the sample digitizers a good bit....and i have to say, they aren't the worst i've seen, but they're pretty bad!
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that's probably because its from 2011.
ZOMBIE THREAD!! any way to have older threads removed?

This one does bring up a good issue though. How many digitizers have been around 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30.... etc and STILL making it just doing digitizing? I mean there is NO school for this so to me... the longer you are in the game hopefully the MORE you know and the BETTER you are... school of hard knocks... experience.

Most jobs you can just put time in.. .but not in digitizing.. if you are not good you will NOT last unless you go through an endless supply of new clients (cough cough... you know who you are..)

Quite a few of our clients' businesses have been sold to others. Names have been changed. So the embroiderers themselves go through a high turnaround like us digitizers. AND, many embroiderers/clients have gone out of business through the years we have been around. Just because you have a skill set that makes money does in NO WAY mean you can run a business.
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