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Original Gerber Edge and 750 Cutter

Discussion in 'Gerber' started by SightLine, Jun 2, 2012.

  1. Fred Weiss

    Fred Weiss Merchant Member

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    There is a procedure in Flexi where you map the spot colors. I can't help you because I've never done it, but it needs to be done for you to be able to use them. Check your help files for more information.
     
  2. SightLine

    SightLine Very Active Member

    I know some love to hate on Flexi but I've always had great support from them. I emailed their support on this yesterday about the cutter registration marks printing in CMYK and if I could set those to be a single spot color (black). Not even 2 hours later on a Saturday, Eyal emails me back with a solution I had totally overlooked which made me feel like an idiot but thats not the point. Easy to set and great support. It's an option on one of the rip and print dialog screens. Flexi also has a ton of vinyl and spot foil color charts built in specifically for running an Edge.
     

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  3. mopar691

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    Im sure its along the same lines as using a PC-600 in flexi. I still run 2 of these head burners and use flexi with them.

    Mapping spot colors is easy and adjustable on each setup. Yes its very easy to change registration mark colors too, sorry I did not read this earlier.
     
  4. Red Ball

    Red Ball Active Member

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    There are projects this machine is just perfect for.

    I'd love to find a working Edge II for under 500.

    If nothing else to just to sit on the shelf in anticpation of something going wrong with our working machine.
    We bought ours used in 96 or 97. It has not missed a lick since.
     
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