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SIGN & DIGITAL UK Preview Corel Theatre seminar programme


- An overview of new features11:00 – 11:45 CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite With CorelDRiAW® Graphics yfoiu, get aogno-enet hrenh, tgrn,vvr tn ly h nt tgraphics, billboards, car wraps and flyers.idesign software. Quickly feeln at home with lgl i tfh si c bualpisdi angdes - te iiosmpn cteis edisi f a wd p creetssicioinb ogat voentomrom poifitseeb wea-


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12:00 – 12:45 Variable Data Printing (VDP), with CorelDRAW


In this tutorial we will be looking at creating a .CDR file that’s suitable for variable data printing.


With variable data printing, design elements such as text, graphics and images can be changed from one printed piece to the next, by taking information from a database or ex- ternal folder and inserting this in to the de- sign during the print process. In this session we will be creating company ID cards (in- cluding text and images), team logos and sequentially numbered labels.


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13:00 – 13:45 Wilcom DecoStudio® with CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite


Whatever the medium, be it screen printing, digital printing or embroidery, Wilcom DecoStudio® is your in-house expert. DecoStudio® combines the superior stitch quality of Wilcom® embroidery software with the creative power of CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite. Ideal for users in the apparel and promotional items industries, this new suite makes it easy to visualise and design garment printing, embroidery and appliqué.


SignLab Theatre by CADlink


CADlink Technology has been developing specific software solutions for large format design and production for over 25 years. CADlink returns for the fourth year to pres-


ent a series of seminars that focus on best practice print and cut, sign/display design and production workflows.


10:30 – 11:15


Getting to know SignLab Experience the advantages a true sign making software solution can have on daily design and production workflows


Not familiar with SignLab? This session will focus on key features that are unique to SignLab and enhance productivity.


Featuring: Vinyl cutting features, Contour Cut, Instant Replay, Fluid Mask for SignLab, Serialisation and Vectorization.


11:45 – 12:30 Maximizing print and cut workflows in SignLab and Digital Factory


The evolution of RIP software tools If print-only or print and cut production is a daily activity in your shop, this 45 minute ses- sion may be the best time investment you have ever made. Learn what new and 'soon to be released' features will be available.


Featuring: new features such Automated Contour Cut, .PDF Underbase, Step and Repeat, job colour replacement, and easy colour adjustments.


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14:00 – 14:45 CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite - An overview of new features


15:00 – 15:45 Variable Data Printing (VDP), with CorelDRAW


16:00 – 16:45 CorelDRAW surgery


Need some advice on a particular project you are working on? Got a file that is driving you to distraction? Bring along your ques- tions and your files on memory stick to this drop in session and get help and support from the experts!


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