Sign & Digital Graphics

November '15

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • November 2015 • 47 and use their pre-figured square footage to quote the job. You can also import the template into your sign software and scale it to actual size. Using the template you can then click on coverage areas and note the square footage for quoting. We like to still take our own measure- ments of the customer's vehicle for two reasons—one, if we're going to create our own custom template using photos of the vehicle we need the measurements to properly scale the photo. Second, we use these measurements as a reference when we setup our final wrap design for output. Accurate measurements that take into the account the curve of the vehicle or obstacle placement help me size my artwork correctly. We'll discuss this in more detail below. Quoting The quote process is an extension of the measuring as we often take the The initial proof on the template includes all the information the customer wanted. We placed the graphics around obstacles shown on the template drawing.

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