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what is the best sign software to use..


Martin Jugovic

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Post Sat Sep 15, 2012 8:46 am

what is the best sign software to use..

hi...i use flexisign...but feel like i need a few more options....i tried easysign demo the other day it looks quite good...just would like to know what everybody else use... :D

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Post Sat Sep 15, 2012 9:15 am

Can of worms there :lol1: :lol1:

We use Illustrator, Omega and Signlab just to cover most bases.

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Post Sat Sep 15, 2012 9:18 am

If you would like to try Signlab you can download a fully fuctional trial version here...

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Post Sat Sep 15, 2012 11:33 am

What do you mean by a few more options??
What version of flexi are you using just now & what doesn't it do that you would like it to.

There is quite a bit of choice when it comes to software & prices vary enormously so knowing what you want to do & your budget would help people answer more fully.

Corel, Illustrator, Signlab, Flexisign, Vinylmaster, are all used by people on the forum, sure there must be others but these are the ones I know people use from reading other posts.

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Post Sat Sep 15, 2012 1:32 pm

Trouble with software is that they all have featueres that are missing or not as good in competitors products ie I use Signlab, CorelDraw X6 and sometimes Easysign (albeit an early version). For the cutting and welding, Signlab is excellent, I prefere the import/export filters, text handling, colour management in Corel and I like the pagination feature (manual tiling) in Easysign. If I could put all the best bits in one product I'd be happy :) so I would say there is no 'best' signmaking software - you just may need more than one to cover all your needs.
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Post Sun Sep 16, 2012 9:54 pm

Sign software

Flexisign family from SAI is most comprehensive you can get the simple version which is quite cheap up to Flexi signPro which is quite expensive, but there are about 5 variations in between

They also offer various promotions re price, currently have four designers and turnover of £500K and never needed anything else, although they do use CS5 also

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