I'm working on a project for a CAD class in college, and I chose to model a Keurig. On the top there is an arm, and on the front of that there is a curved surface text that says KEURIG. I have tried making a new style with the texture being the .jpg of the logo, and part painting it onto the face, but the background of the logo is white. If the logo idea is too challenging, how can I just add the logo using text? I know how to add text to a sketch, but I don't know how to "wrap" the sketch over a surface, so I can paint it a different color. Thanks ahead of time for any help! I'm running ST4-university edition, and I'll see if I can upload the assembly, and part I want to add the logo to.
First let's try it with the image like you were doing. When you are on the Textures tab in Face Styles notice the "Background Color" section of the page. Toggle it from Opaque to Transparent and then pick the white area as the transparent color. This should remove the background from the logo (assuming it is a pure white background).
If this doesnt' work we can try the wrapped text method.