One of the most frequently asked questions we receive deals with substrates. Just a few days ago a gentleman from New Jersey asked if he could put ORACAL 651 on plywood. Excuse my waffling, but my answer is a definite maybe.
Defective vinyl or problem vinyl is a complaint we hear whenever a person has any kind of issue with their vinyl. We field call after call from many customers on a daily basis. So we have a good feel for the types of problems our customers are having. One of the more common calls we receive […]
Variety is the spice of life. Mixing things up is usually a good idea. Would an un-tossed salad with all the veggies in separate little compartments be as enticing? Probably not. Who drinks rum & coke in separate glasses? Mixing things up is good in food and drink. It’s not so good in layered vinyl […]
Magnetic signs are a low cost alternative to lettering directly on a vehicle. Because a customer can easily put them on and then remove them, they are extremely popular for many small businesses. So magnetic signs are a staple of any complete sign making shop. They can offer two very important ingredients for sign business success: high margins and new customers. Let’s take a closer look at magnetic substrates considering the required tools, target market, your equipment options and finally, the care and maintenance requirements.
Have you ever struggled to weed a graphic cut from thick material like Glitter T-shirt film or sandblast stencil? If so, you may not be making full use of your plotter’s capabilities. For professional Graphtec and Q series users, there is an easy fix for this problem called tangential emulation. What is tangential emulation and how does it work?
Definition of plethora: Excess, superfluity; also : profusion, abundance, ginormous amount. See Lxi vinyl cutter drivers. Okay, that’s not really the textbook definition of plethora. But the enormous number of cutters supported by LXi software is a definitive plethora: a whole bunch. A mess of cutters. Just how many cutter drivers does LXI have? Why […]