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Centering Designs With Trademarks

Centering Trademarks

If you have a design that has a service mark or trademark at the end, and want to know how to center your design keep reading!

 A trademark symbol can be (c), (r), TM or even SM. What is the best way to center the design? For designs that have a trademark that sticks out, we are changing the start and end points for easier centering.

Working with our team, the design will now come with a yellow flag saying: "This design's start and return point is centered by the logo minus the trademark for easier alignment. The trademark will stick out to the side. Please check your hoop when using a flat hoop so the needle foot has enough clearance."

 

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