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tlgsurvey

New Member, Male, from Springfield, Illinois

New to signs, Retiring soon and I inherited Gerber equipment. I want to subsidize my lower retirement income by making decals and signs. Aug 25, 2018

tlgsurvey was last seen:
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    1. tlgsurvey
      tlgsurvey
      New to signs, Retiring soon and I inherited Gerber equipment. I want to subsidize my lower retirement income by making decals and signs.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    August 14
    Location:
    Springfield, Illinois
    Occupation:
    Geographic Information Systems Manager
    Location:
    Illinois
    Country:
    United States
    Experience Level:
    No experience
    Work Description:
    I am new to this, but I want to produce decals and small signage.
    Plotters & Printers:
    Gerber Edge 2, Gerber Envision 375
    Signmaking & Graphics Software:
    Omega 6.5 and LS 6.5 & Flexi Pro 12 via subscription, Adobe Created Cloud subscription Adobe Illustrator.
    I am by trade a Geographic Information Systems Manager but looking to retire in a couple years (yes getting up there). I inherited Gerber hardware and software from my bother and I am wanting to set something up to help me make ends meet during my retirement.

 


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