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Help with two colors

Discussion in 'Newbie Forum' started by con, Mar 28, 2009.

  1. con

    con New Member

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    Can someone help me out, I need to cut out a logo using two colors how can I do this without using so much vinyl?
     
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  2. Little more information might help. Like post the design. What program you using? Stuff like that. I think what you want is a two color overlay. Cut your background as a solid and then you overlay design second. Hard to tell without any information on what you are doing.
     

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  3. Jester1167

    Jester1167 Very Active Member

    There are hundreds of ways to do what your asking. It depends on the actual graphic and your skill level. Below are a few versions.

    Some things to think about.

    Vinyl is cheaper than time. I make conscience choices all the time to waste vinyl to speed up my installs. It cost the customer less in the end and I can get more work out the door.

    Two good installers can line up large blocks of outlined text or graphics without registration marks.
     

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  4. con

    con New Member

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    Yes, that would probably help in the Ford logo I would like to make the background green with FORD in black.Thanks for your help.
     
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