In order to produce such fine quality printouts and finished jobs, it is essential you and your sign shop develop the most optimal and efficient print and cut workflow for your specific small business.
This workflow allows small businesses within the industry to go from scanning images directly to the vinyl cutting stage (utilizing cutting software, which directs vinyl cutters) to the print stage. Cutters such as the Roland Camm line are directed by the latest edition of downloaded compatible RIP software such as Flexi.
With the ability to scan images, manipulate selected objects, (such as bitmap images and TrueType fonts), unmatched images, and SVG graphics – sign shops can maintain control over the quality and accuracy of their print job projects. The incorporation of registration marks boosts the quality of each printed image and display, and in turn, each printed project. Using tools such as draw and the manipulation of shapes within RIP software for the custom creation and making of signs, sign shops can ensure their workflow actually works.
With each print cut project, small businesses within this industry hone their craft, adding print cutting features to their wide variety of services they can offer to their customers.