Corel and Illustrator were made to work with vector and
they do it well, but not specifically for signs.
Techman said:Concerning Corel dDraw.. That part about not specifically for signs is pure NonSENCE..
IF that were true ,, why is it that the latest incarnation fo Corel is more geared to sign makers. And why is it that Corel 6 was one of the first to have add ons for operating sign cutters. In fact, Corel draw 6 had a flyer in the box that offered sign cutting as an option.
Corel draw 9 @ about 30 bux,, and Cocut pro combined will be perfect for cutting vinyl. You can get tha tcombo for about 150 - 200 bux and cut vinyl as good as ANY product on the market..
And just for the record. Corel Draw is NOT the desk top publishing application from Corel. The desktop publishing app from Corel is named 'Ventura'...