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This sounds like fun.... I thought I'd post a picture of my hand.
Any observations ??
I'm going out on a limb and say that 99% of those that viewed the original picture only noticed the machine for sale. LOL
ps. We have only seen a picture of these. They are yet to arrive from the manufacturer.
How many of the 51 views to this thread thought to themselves......why doesn't he throw a piece of vinyl on there and test it himself?
ya'all have a super day.
Can anyone tell me how well adhesive vinyl (engineer grade reflective to be specific) sticks to a full cover coat of screen print ink?
These are metal realtor signs that were skinned with reflective vinyl, then screened printed . When they were screen printed, instead of leaving a blank area...
If Tex couldn't get his sign off the floor, whats the chance this "snotty nose couch climber" is going to budge it?
Chances are, he will slice his finger trying, and hit you up with a claim on your insurance))))))
Your thread stirs a couple old memories with me. I guess when your a sign service person, you're always gonna run into and have to deal with pigeons. There was this one job in particular where we were servicing a large plaza. The job was extensive and was not only changing out all the lamps...
I understand when you say to change the color model to RGB, but why save as a TIF or JPG ? The PDF files come out super vivid......as long as they don't get saved as a cymk document))) Isn't the pdf going to be more crisp and clean than a jpg file?
I'm a little confused on color settings in Illustrator. Is there a "default" color mode when exporting or saving a file?
First there is the "Dockable" COLOR selector tool where you can choose RGB, CYMK, GRAYSCALE....ect.
Then there if the "Document Color Mode" under the "FILE" menu.