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Sat Jan 14, 2006 11:42 am

Forum: Adobe Software

Topic: is adobe ilustrator CS2 a good signmaking tool?

Replies: 23

Views: 5793

Hi I guess its whatever program you cut your teeth on when first getting in to graphics - for me Corel I just find it an easier learning curve and if its sign design much easier than Illustrator. Illustrator justs seems so much more complicated even to produce the simpler stuff and understanding lay...

Thu Oct 06, 2005 7:04 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: back to shcool!

Replies: 10

Views: 944

I cdnuolt blveiee taht I cluod aulaclty uesdnatnrd waht I was rdgnieg. The phaonmneal pweor of the hmuan mnid Aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn't mttaer inwaht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoatnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer be in the rghit pclae....

Tue Sep 27, 2005 9:03 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: what is foamex?

Replies: 28

Views: 11273

Is'nt this a case of 'Hoover' and Perspex Everone calls it those names because it was first or most popular. So that even a Dyson is called a hoover by punters and acrylic is almost always referred to as Perspex even though they are just trade names of one company. Everyone called Rigid PVC Foam - F...

Wed Sep 07, 2005 6:48 pm

Forum: CNC Router / Engrave

Topic: help please with braille sign fonts?

Replies: 17

Views: 6709

Guy

Have you sent any mail yet as not received anything.

Anything you can do to point me in the right direction

Mike

Tue Aug 30, 2005 6:24 pm

Forum: CNC Router / Engrave

Topic: help please with braille sign fonts?

Replies: 17

Views: 6709

Guy

Just a gentle nudge to send any info you can

Regards

Mike

Fri Aug 26, 2005 8:29 pm

Forum: CNC Router / Engrave

Topic: help please with braille sign fonts?

Replies: 17

Views: 6709

Guy

Thank you - at least I know I am not being a nugget.


regards

Mike



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Fri Aug 26, 2005 8:18 pm

Forum: CNC Router / Engrave

Topic: help please with braille sign fonts?

Replies: 17

Views: 6709

help please with braille sign fonts?

Hi We were talking today of a poor man's version of engraved braille signs and welcome comments on feasability. If we machine small holes and superglue small beads in to them do you think this would work and be acceptable quality. Presumably there is a cutter which will cut an ideal shape for a smal...

Tue Aug 23, 2005 7:53 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: risk assessment form

Replies: 11

Views: 1869

Hi Forbie is absolutely right preparing method statments and risk assessment will become the norm when you visit construction site's and the like to fit your signs. Also do not be suprised if you get a visit from Health & Safety or the Fire Brigade to your premises asking for a copy of your Risk...

Mon Aug 15, 2005 7:56 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Warning for you all - Beware of "UFindus"

Replies: 16

Views: 3151

Hi It seems this lot is owned by Iomart and come in various disguises. See http://uk.blagger.com/db4/company_id/2531/companyname/Ufindus.html for complaints about them from non signmakers My only advice is nearly all these companies offering this type of service cannot deliver - they promise everyth...

Sat Aug 13, 2005 6:58 pm

Forum: Buy - Sell - Employment

Topic: Auction of Signmaking Equipment

Replies: 0

Views: 743

Auction of Signmaking Equipment

Hi everyone Anybody needing signmaking equipment the contents of a Sign-a-Rama signmakers here in North east are available after they went in to liquidation. I received a mailshot from Auctioneers Lithgow & Partners where I could bid for individual items or the whole lot for around £35000 by Inf...

Sun Jul 31, 2005 10:16 am

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Tribute

Replies: 9

Views: 837

It is just nice to know that luckily there are more guys in this industry that will help others out than the sods who want to stick it in to you whenever they can. This is why guys like Ralph will be sadly missed by his colleagues and customers alike and should be an example to all of us

Mike

Thu Jul 28, 2005 10:41 pm

Forum: Signlab Software

Topic: how do i transfer files from Illustrator to Signlab?

Replies: 11

Views: 2218

Keith

Tha would make sense although I am sure I have created lines (hairline) in Corel and it has still done it. Must experiment a little more with it suspect it might be a Corel thing when exporting in to an ai file

Mike

Thu Jul 28, 2005 10:25 pm

Forum: Signlab Software

Topic: how do i transfer files from Illustrator to Signlab?

Replies: 11

Views: 2218

Hi When I have imported illustrator files in to signlab (not sure whether they were created in Corel Draw and exported as an illustrator) I find that the plotter cuts around some lines twice. If you click on these lines and delete it is apparent there were two lines there - just one of those bugs re...

Tue Jul 19, 2005 6:35 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Bounced cheques - what are my rights?

Replies: 49

Views: 3715

Hi

I am sure it is the case as well that with cheques even if they clear first time round they can be bounced later upto 2-3 weeks later by their bank.

Mike

Mon Jul 18, 2005 9:15 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Thin Brushed aluminum plates supplier>

Replies: 5

Views: 1087

Hi How thin is thin - Suregrave and Engravemet as mentioned will help. If you want something thin like trophy plate which is about .5mm thick then try one of the trophy suppliers who may be cheaper than the above. The last job we had was for thin plate to be engraved and we bought it from A T Cannon...

Mon Jul 18, 2005 8:59 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: Engraving supplier

Replies: 7

Views: 835

Paul Go to the 'horses mouth' rather than people like cobblers and Mr. Minit. A customer of ours paid £22 for a small engraved label from the local cobblers whereas we charged £12 for the same label. Find an engraver and cut out the middleman Mike PS There are engravers and there are engravers we go...

Sat Jul 16, 2005 1:31 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: Sign making for begginers

Replies: 10

Views: 1497

Russ Just a couple more comments about engraving machine - know who your customers might be to target them. Electrical Contractors/Machine Manfacturers Engraving sockets Labels for electrical equipment Tags/Discs for pipes Control panels (mimic panels) Data Plates Safety Signs General Businesses Ste...

Sat Jul 16, 2005 9:57 am

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: Sign making for begginers

Replies: 10

Views: 1497

Russ Is the Stika a 12" plotter - if that side of the business takes off you may wish you purchased a 24" plotter even a good second hand one it would just give you some more options and make life easier for bigger jobs. As far as the rotary engraver is concerned does the Roland engrave brass or alu...

Tue Jul 05, 2005 7:45 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Building/hosting a website ?

Replies: 11

Views: 833

Graeme You can do web pages in Microsoft word what it will look like when uploaded not sure but depends whether you just want a one or two page site. First option would be to buy a domain name and I would recommend http://www.getdotted.com where you can buy a domain name for £15.99 plus VAT for two ...

Tue Jul 05, 2005 7:04 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Website ranking

Replies: 7

Views: 612

Hi Guys You have to be on the first couple of pages on any search engine as punters just will not search through hundreds of pages. On google search for Sign Maker under your town and I bet the entries on the first page are directories and not actual sign makers website. I did a search on Google for...

Tue Jun 28, 2005 11:45 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: Help with sign installation?

Replies: 49

Views: 3522

I am sure someone who puts cladding on walls for a living once told me over a period of time products like look no nails go brittle and they used a silicon based adhesive.

Or maybe I was just dreaming - well it is nearly midnight

Mike

Tue Jun 28, 2005 11:35 pm

Forum: Vinyl

Topic: anybody know of supplier for brushed aluminum vinyl?

Replies: 9

Views: 1408

Hexis do a brushed aluminium CH8011 at 1220mm wide but price is £13.06 per metre.

www.hexis.com

tel: 01543 411221

Do a really good catalogue of range including samples

Mike

Sun Jun 19, 2005 7:48 am

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Second chance ebay offer

Replies: 10

Views: 1219

Having nearly being scammed on e-bay I would always be wary. How many feedbacks on the seller if less than half a dozen it would not be surprising if they were not genuine auctions and putting in own feedback. Is it possible to collect and pay on collection - that way you can see it working and your...

Fri Jun 10, 2005 7:13 pm

Forum: Gallery

Topic: signage: klahanie kamping

Replies: 11

Views: 1507

Lets hope the first of many Adrian - you now have something to show your next customers. Good Luck.

Mike

Thu Jun 09, 2005 8:08 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: flat cut letter supplier?

Replies: 2

Views: 553

Hi I have used 3 suppliers before and based on say 6" high 3mm acrylic flat cut with template and locators their prices are as follows: Brimark - 0151 652 6842 Fax: 0151 652 6846 £1.20 per letter plus 10% for template locators plus carriage £8 upto £60 and £12 upto £250 Accent -0121 561 4600 Fax: 01...

Tue Jun 07, 2005 9:38 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: Moulded Letters

Replies: 13

Views: 2057

Sign trade have a very limited range of fonts (only 19) for moulded letters whereas Accent have a good range (about 47) - although the last quote for moulded letters I had from both Sign Trade and Accent for the same job Sign Trade were £8 cheaper. I got another job today for moulded and Sign Trades...

Thu May 19, 2005 7:30 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: web sites - opinions & advice please?

Replies: 22

Views: 1881

Remember Guys Having a web page/site is the just first step. No body will know you are there just by having a web site - you have to tell the world you are there. You need to register with search engines plus you need some keywords in the background or on the site pages as search engines inspect you...

Sun May 08, 2005 4:59 pm

Forum: Neon, LED, Lighting

Topic: who are the best suppliers for free standing site sign?

Replies: 14

Views: 5197

Jon Pricing - you will never get the same figure twice. Depends on customer as well plus you are doing two signs so price for two might reflect saving in materials etc. Dibond - we charge up to £5.50 square foot. I managed to get a 4m x 2m x 3mm sheet white dibond for £148 so cost worked out at £1.9...

Sun May 08, 2005 1:33 pm

Forum: Neon, LED, Lighting

Topic: who are the best suppliers for free standing site sign?

Replies: 14

Views: 5197

Mark The company is called ADS Metal Services of Chester Le Street (they used to be called Klockners) I thought I had an invoice at home with prices phones numbers etc. but must be at office If you have trouble getting numbers let me know on sales@prestigesigns.co.uk and I will dig out for you. We j...

Sun May 08, 2005 12:11 am

Forum: Neon, LED, Lighting

Topic: who are the best suppliers for free standing site sign?

Replies: 14

Views: 5197

Jon All I can tell you is that most of the poles I have seen or help erect have just be inserted in a prepared hole filled with concrete and no supports. The guy who did the last one for me dug a hole (with shovel and something that looked like chopsticks with two spade ends on the bottom which clos...

Sat May 07, 2005 6:13 pm

Forum: Neon, LED, Lighting

Topic: who are the best suppliers for free standing site sign?

Replies: 14

Views: 5197

Hi First of all I would check what components are needed : Dibond or Coloured foamex - I would go for dibond but the tracking on the reverse would probably support a foamex sign. Tracking for the back - two pieces per sign lengthwise 76mm Clips x 4 per sign i.e 2 per pole 76mm diameter poles x 2 per...

Wed May 04, 2005 8:43 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: projecting signs supplier?

Replies: 10

Views: 1232

Thanks lads

Tue May 03, 2005 10:28 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: projecting signs supplier?

Replies: 10

Views: 1232

Hospital Projecting Sign Brackets

A local hospital who use a lot of projecting signs has asked if I can supply a bracket in a strip so that they can cut it to fit the different height size of signs we supply to them. In another hospital I saw they were using a bracket that had a channel running the length where you slid your sign in...

Sun Apr 17, 2005 9:20 am

Forum: General Software Topics

Topic: Advice on RIP Software

Replies: 5

Views: 1695

Advice on RIP Software

We are thinking of getting a new Cadet and need to decide on whether to have the Troop RIP or the RIP that comes in Signlab 7.1. Of course there is also Flexisign (which I prefer but only because of experience on it) but the first two are what we have been offered. We speak to different salesmen all...

Thu Mar 03, 2005 7:56 pm

Forum: Buy - Sell - Employment

Topic: roland pnc 5000-pc50 print head wanted

Replies: 2

Views: 497

Hi

Roland have a service centre in Swansea or Cardiff - from what I remember it could cost £300 +
:cry:

Mike

Fri Nov 26, 2004 11:03 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: Magnetic Badges

Replies: 2

Views: 544

Magnetic Badges

Hi Everyone

Has anyone heard of magnetic badges where a magnetic strip goes underneath the clothing and the metal badge goes on the outside of the clothing and stickes itself to the magnetic strip

Also is anybody out there can dome a printed badge for me

Mike

sales@prestigesigns.co.uk

Sun Oct 24, 2004 3:56 am

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: Pin on name badges

Replies: 2

Views: 786

Sun Oct 10, 2004 5:10 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: Printed Mugs

Replies: 5

Views: 931

Julia

Can you let me have details on:

mksales@aonegraphics.co.uk

Thank you

Mike

Sat Oct 09, 2004 1:31 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: Flame Polishing

Replies: 12

Views: 1356

At my last place of employment the lads used a small palm held flame torch (about 6" high and 2" diameter) purchased from machine mart for about £18. With a little experience the effects were more than satisfactory

Mike

Sat Oct 09, 2004 12:02 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: Printed Mugs

Replies: 5

Views: 931

Jim

Thanks for you posted reply.

Really I am trying to source the completed item as its just to get in to a prospective new customers favour.

Its more a quality product I am after as well - horses for course and all that....

Mike

Sat Oct 09, 2004 10:59 am

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: Printed Mugs

Replies: 5

Views: 931

Printed Mugs

Hi

I have had an enquiry for quality printed mugs and wondered whether any one knew where I could get them at trade prices

Mike

Mon Aug 23, 2004 6:24 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Who makes stencils?

Replies: 3

Views: 634

Hi I am working part time for an North East engraving/signing company trying to set up a sales branch in Milton Keynes. They make stencils but are limited one way to about 23" but the length is no problem. Usually the best stencil is made from zinc (.9mm or something like that) which has a couple of...

Tue Aug 17, 2004 4:13 am

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: broadband

Replies: 9

Views: 1204

It maybe me or the fact it's 4.00am (sad lad) but I went on site but could not get past it wanting a referral ID

How do you register if you want to

Mike

Sun Aug 15, 2004 10:00 am

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: banner !!

Replies: 4

Views: 564

Hi Depending on what you are paying for your banner and using banner vinyl for the text we would charge around the £100 mark. We could buy the banner heavy grade PVC fully sewn with eyelets for around £20. As prices vary up and down the country I think there will be a £20-£30 or so difference one wa...

Wed Aug 04, 2004 6:54 pm

Forum: Buy - Sell - Employment

Topic: Roland PC50

Replies: 0

Views: 395

Roland PC50

Anybody interested in a Roland PC 50 in a new condition. This machine although 3 years old was not even taken out of the box until November 2003. Apart from testing the free cartridge supplied the print head has not been used and has only done a few cutting jobs. If interested the guy is looking for...

Mon Aug 02, 2004 10:33 pm

Forum: Neon, LED, Lighting

Topic: im after a supplier of acrylic please?

Replies: 7

Views: 3127

I can only give suggestion for a couple of suppliers here in the North East but I am sure they will send it by courier to you. http://www.bayplastics.co.uk/ this is an excellent site for data sheets and I would recommend them for the technical knowledge - not as cheap as some but will cut to size py...

Mon Aug 02, 2004 10:14 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Need a website Building.

Replies: 30

Views: 2379

Can I also suggest if you buy a domain name buy it from the company who you wish to host your site because apart from the cost of transferring to another hosting company the procedure for doing it can be very complex and time consuming

Mike

Mon Aug 02, 2004 10:03 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Need a website Building.

Replies: 30

Views: 2379

Kev when I said keywords I meant Meta Tags and only used the expression keywords as I though not many would not understand 'meta tags'. Perhaps I should have made reference to meta tags for clarification Meta tags also include other information copyright, description, publisher, author. language, ho...

Mon Aug 02, 2004 9:26 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Need a website Building.

Replies: 30

Views: 2379

Remember that there are many regional search engine sites (portals) where you can register your business and do not need to have a website So for instance here is a portal for milton keynes http://www.touchmiltonkeynes.com/ there is bound to be a touch site for your town. In google search say for 's...

Mon Aug 02, 2004 9:01 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Need a website Building.

Replies: 30

Views: 2379

Can I recommend a cheap way to buy and host your website. I have designed many websites using Frontpage which is like a desk top publishing program you insert text and pictures and then preview - one or two quirks but most could manage. Remember to add keywords in the background which are not visibl...

Sat Jul 31, 2004 1:15 am

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Number plates

Replies: 10

Views: 1273

At my last place we did number plates for off road or the bedroom wall. It is just a matter of time though before they have a crackdown and put a stop to it all. They will say it is against the spirit of the law i.e. recording owner of plate is essential is to prevent criminial acts i.e. ram raiding...

Sun Jul 25, 2004 6:51 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: lorry curtains

Replies: 10

Views: 1255

Hi

I would think banner vinyl which will stretch with the curtain. Normal vinyl does not stretch and will crease or crack. Banner vinyl is also slightly more adhesive than standard

Unless anyone else knows of a specific material for curtains

Mike

Sat Jul 24, 2004 7:53 pm

Forum: General Cutter topics

Topic: Opinions on Printer / Cutter for Transparencies

Replies: 12

Views: 3453

Hi I may be off the mark but I know at my last hell hole (sorry place of work) we use to produce posi's for the screenprinting department by using our gerber to print on to clear material that was thicker than vinyl and I think we got it (clear material) from spandex. It may not be rigid enough for ...

Sat Jul 17, 2004 7:10 am

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: A font for idiots.

Replies: 9

Views: 1019

Actually I found that the Comic Sans font is becoming more popular with Clients certainly up here in the North east but I agree with you it is not the most appealing font. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder I suppose

Thu Jul 15, 2004 6:34 pm

Forum: Neon, LED, Lighting

Topic: Neon "OPEN" Signs popping up everywhere? Where do

Replies: 12

Views: 5584

http://www.signsdirect.co.uk/neon/

I am not sure if this company was the one I was thinking about - it is certainly the same neons. A OPEN neon cost £145 plus VAT but I recollect we could get them for about £95

Mike

Thu Jul 15, 2004 6:29 pm

Forum: Neon, LED, Lighting

Topic: Neon "OPEN" Signs popping up everywhere? Where do

Replies: 12

Views: 5584

Can I recommend the Signupdate magazine which has a section in the back listing manufacturers of various items from neons to moving message signs well most products. The magazine can be viewed online at http://www.sign-update.co.uk look at the last few pages I have always found neon to be very expen...

Sun Jul 11, 2004 8:16 pm

Forum: General Cutter topics

Topic: Secabo cutters

Replies: 14

Views: 5010

Just noticed as well the cutting speed is only 300mm per second which appears to be quite slow as 600mm per second seems the norm on basic machines here in UK.

Sun Jul 11, 2004 8:08 pm

Forum: General Cutter topics

Topic: Secabo cutters

Replies: 14

Views: 5010

One other thing to consider is the included software which may be rubbish. The deals in the Uk can include some industry standard software. I suppose if you bought UK software the machine would be universal HPGL or something like that and could be upgraded. If you had to upgrade to something decent ...

Tue Jun 22, 2004 10:03 pm

Forum: Roland Printers

Topic: pc 60 driver?

Replies: 31

Views: 6951

Nik I might be wrong here but I suspect Flexi sign uses the built in drivers in its own program not external ones like your download. You may have downloaded the right driver and if you were cutting/printing from say Corel Draw it may work that way. I have the new version of Flexi Sign and it has it...

Mon Jun 21, 2004 10:09 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: hi all just joined!

Replies: 10

Views: 1461

Hi

Another advantage working from home I understand is that 25% of your home rates, electric,water, telephone(if no seperate phone line) is deductable for tax purposes for the business

Mike

Sun Jun 20, 2004 10:28 pm

Forum: Vinyl

Topic: Weeding & Blade advice needed?

Replies: 15

Views: 2502

I find the font can make a difference on small text. I hate weeding small Times Roman in fact I hate weeding.

Wheres the strange place on your body you have found bits of vinyl?

Mike

Sun Jun 20, 2004 10:15 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: hi all just joined!

Replies: 10

Views: 1461

gareth Welcome and you are on the right track by joining UKsignboards. As a newcomer starting on my own I am on a bit of a learning curve although I have 9 years experience in the industry working for others. I will be working from home (start two weeks holiday on Wednesday so will concentrate mind ...

Sat Jun 19, 2004 8:53 pm

Forum: Buy - Sell - Employment

Topic: E-Bay warning

Replies: 4

Views: 934

Actually the guy was called Ali Mohyuddin from Portsmouth. Do not get me wrong I have had some bargains of e-bay but I do get mad I have heard nothing from them to stop other people getting ripped off. I wonder by replying and admitting it was a scam that they are frightened they get dragged in to a...

Sat Jun 19, 2004 7:08 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: pricing of vinyl lettering

Replies: 9

Views: 1521

Rob

Is this the North South divide price wise

Mike

Sat Jun 19, 2004 7:02 pm

Forum: Buy - Sell - Employment

Topic: E-Bay warning

Replies: 4

Views: 934

E-Bay warning

Now either I have missed the bargain of the century or I have just been saved from being mugged. There was a Summa D60 brand new plotter on E-bay which went for £750 (half price) my last bid was £740. Next day an e-mail from seller saying winner wanted to pay in 2 instalments so he would not sell to...

Sat Jun 19, 2004 6:33 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: pricing of vinyl lettering

Replies: 9

Views: 1521

My last company who were not the cheapest in the area charged: 1" - 27p each 2" - 37p each 3" - 46p each 4" - 56p each 5" - 86p each 6" - £1.01 each Gold/Silver add 10% Arc text plus 10% We would then charge min of £25 per hour (2 hours would be minimum charge) fitting mind you she would try and cha...

Fri Jun 11, 2004 7:18 pm

Forum: Neon, LED, Lighting

Topic: who would supply printed and shaped fridge magnets?

Replies: 10

Views: 4073

Nigel

Thanks for that. Must admit I have used a Gerber Edge but not realised it will print and cut magnetic.

The job is via another company so if he comes back I will contact you for a price - I think the total required was about 150.

Thanx again

Mike
Prestige Sign & Print Studio

Fri Jun 11, 2004 6:35 pm

Forum: Neon, LED, Lighting

Topic: who would supply printed and shaped fridge magnets?

Replies: 10

Views: 4073

Fridgemagnetics

Why does the obvious always occur last

Thanx Jill

Mike

Fri Jun 11, 2004 6:24 pm

Forum: Roland Cutters

Topic: can anyone tell me why my PC60 wont pick up ribbons?

Replies: 21

Views: 5011

Alignment Problem

Hi I did some freelance work for a company with a PC60 and the same thing happened to me whilst operating. It was an alignment problem which seems to have happened to them a couple of times. There is a set process for realigning which consisted of take the cover off and pressing sequence of buttons ...

Fri Jun 11, 2004 6:07 pm

Forum: Neon, LED, Lighting

Topic: who would supply printed and shaped fridge magnets?

Replies: 10

Views: 4073

who would supply printed and shaped fridge magnets?

Any suggestions as to who might supply printed and shaped fridge magnets

Fri Apr 30, 2004 1:47 am

Forum: General Software Topics

Topic: Any thought on Vinyl Master Pro??

Replies: 6

Views: 1681

Vinyly Master Pro

My first attempt at replying to a discussion - long time since I was a virgin. I like Vinyl Master Pro but I have noticed that when you import an illustrator file that contain circles or curves it can distort them - 'o's in text or circles in logos. As you will probably get a lot of clients files in...

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