FrznFire07

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  1. FrznFire07

    Moving on....

    I love to help you! Just give me a call or shoot me an e-mail!
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    Moving on....

    My number is (970) 946-8537 Email: Info@spunkygraphics.net Currently all my paper products are 10% OFF for new customers, DESIGN INCLUDED Business Cards: 14pt double sided full color 250: $60 10%off ($54.00) 500: $65 10%off ($58.50) 1000: $75 10%off ($67.50) Prices include design and shipping to your doorstep.
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    Moving on....

    Hello there fellow forum-ites! I have enjoyed being a member of this forum now for several years. Most of you have known me as the lead designer and production artist for a sign company. However that has just changed! My wife and I are proud to announce that we have a started our own company, Spunky Graphics, LLC. We still do vinyl work, including vehicle wrap design & installation, however as we are starting out small we are focusing our product offerings to paper products (business cards, labels, brochures, etc...) promotional products thru a local distributor rather than a national conglomerate like Kaeser & Blair, Graphic Design, Screen printing & Embroidery thru a partner as well as Web Design, SEO, and Social Media Training, & Online Profile Optimization coming soon! Our expanded vision for our company is to be a business concierge. We want to help new and existing business navigate the advertising world. We see so many business throwing away money at useless advertising and promotion that only benefit the sales person. And then of course on the flip side, businesses that don't advertise at all and need to learn how to promote badly. We want to show businesses how to track their advertising so they know whether or not its working and how to adjust. I have really enjoyed being a part of this forum and I hope to be more active in the coming future. The knowledge base and experience of many members here is second to none. So I really look forward to sharing my knowledge and experience and of course I hope to continue to do business with all of you!
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    flexi 10 issues

    yeah i have ver 11, and it gives me all kinds of crap, lol. Glad to see they're fixing the issues. Hopefully we'll upgrade next year.
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    flexi 10 issues

    I use flexi quite extensively, they have serious issues with effects. Transparencies and shadows tend to be wrong almost every time. your best bet is to import as a TIFF file and then import your contour line separately. For whatever reason Flexi just can't understand gradient/transparencies/shadows. As for you cuttable object, is it a vector line?
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    Strange vinyl issue

    I have to agree with Wildgoose, we use Oracal 751 on vehicle all the time, and our temperatures range from 90-100 in the summer to -20 in the winter. and the vinyl never does this even after years. Even if there is an existing split in the vinyl like an accidental cut it just pulls a little showing the surface underneath. Just replace it and keep him happy.
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    What type of printer do I need?

    Ok, I've been curious about a latex printer. What kind of longevity do you see with the ink compared to Eco-Sol? Does it stand up better/worse outside? What benefits are you seeing over an eco-sol printer?
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    !!!!!!Back lit sign help!!!!!!!!

    it depends on how bad the ghosting is whether or not you'll see it. You can cover with white like you suggested, however that will dull the light just slightly since the light is passing thru another layer. Also even though you're covering the old image with white, you'll see it most at night time when the sign is lit. Best is usually to take the panel down hold it up to the sunlight and let the customer decide whether or not they can live with it.
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    Printed rack cards

    For anyone who's interested here's our 2017 price list for our most popular paper printed products. Business cards prices include design! Paper Products.pdf
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    Printed rack cards

    we do rack cards, business cards, brochures, etc. how many are you looking for? here are our basic prices: 14pt double sided, full color, 4"x9" Rack Cards 500 - $90.00 +tax 1000 - $100.00 +tax 2500 - $170.00 +tax 5000 - $240.00 +tax prices incl shipping to your door. Design Fee $25-$75 unless you provide art.
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    !!!!!!Back lit sign help!!!!!!!!

    Yea we reuse old litback panels all the time. if it's a printed graphic it should be pretty easy to remove and the substrate should be in good shape since it's completely covered. Acrylic or Polycarbonite last a really long time.
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    !!!!!!Back lit sign help!!!!!!!!

    Acrylic is more brittle in the cold right? I only ask because everything up here is polycarb but I know acrylic is more common in other parts of the country. and you're definitely right about Polycarbonite yellowing, we actually cover our panels with white to prevent it.
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    !!!!!!Back lit sign help!!!!!!!!

    as far as I know you need to purchase it from a supplier, but honestly your in SoCal, so there has to be a sign shop close to you that would sell you raw materials.
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    !!!!!!Back lit sign help!!!!!!!!

    Remove the retainer on one side of the sign and just slide the panel out. What size is this? 24" x96"?
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    !!!!!!Back lit sign help!!!!!!!!

    it's possible it's acrylic. usually the material is polycarbonite though. The polycarbonite slides into a retainer that is part of a metal sign cabinet. Polycarbonite is extremely flexible so when they ship it, it usually comes in a roll.