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FlexiSign newbie

Discussion in 'Flexi' started by craigwojo, Dec 17, 2009.

  1. craigwojo

    craigwojo Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I have used Corel since version 5 and just purchased Flexi 8.5.

    I am working on a backlit vinyl project with 6 different vinyl colors. When layering the colors without getting backlit light leakage due to incorrect registration between vinyl colors I would add a 1/16" contour to underlying colors. Is there a way within Flexi that AUTOMATICALLY adds for this?

    Is there a good website to assist me in learning Flexi?

    Thank you and God Bless,
    Craig
     
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  2. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    look for color trapping
     
  3. Fred Weiss

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  4. night eagle

    night eagle Active Member

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    just curious, why not print this if you have the capability to? that seems like a lot of diff colors of cut vinyl...

    mark galoob
     
  5. craigwojo

    craigwojo Member

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    Mark,

    I haven't had the best results with digital graphics for backlit signage. Any suggestions?. Would really love to do good digital translucent prints but everything is too dark with good night results or too washed out with nice day results.
     
  6. craigwojo

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    When showing what to cut in Flexi, I need all the colors to show ALL cutouts for each color so there is NO overlap on colors when applying.
     
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