sajego wrote: I'd also allow a color pallet option for items/areas that can be color filled.
Sara could I kindly get you to clarify this a little more? Do you mean you will create a defined color palette that could be used to pick:
a. The 'Decoration simulation color'
b. The 'Production color'
Is this to ensure consistent colors are picked?
If not, please correct me
And I hope in general you all don't mind my lots of questions. Important for us to fully understand your needs so we can shape the platform of your dreams!
texpri wrote: im sorry to be limited in english therms but what i described as "switching in half transparent grey scale" is similar to sara's proof recommendation.,
So to clarify the semi-transparency is only on-screen designer preview for the customer in an effort to make the simulation more real? And the production file will be 100% solid as it is currently.
I can see this being a designer setting against a decoration process, where possibly you could even set the transparency percentage (10%, 20%, 30%, etc)
Is this correct?
Keep in mind what I was showing above was the DISPLAY color on the front end. In otherwords, what a customer sees when decorating. i.e. the brunt wood color or the gold color after the top layer is removed from the etching / engraving.
From what I can see in your attached image (and thanks for sharing it!!!) this is to determine production colors. i.e. depth of laser, burn etc. Correct?
So would you then suggest a second column that lets you select the color of the design in the production file for each color product? Then you can control the depth (power, speed, etc). i.e.
brenden wrote: ENGRAVING: Decoration simulation by color
Based on the feedback of allowing a decoration color by color, here is a concept:
Does this look correct?
StitchPrint wrote: Are we in danger of seeing a vinyl / flock printing tool shortly .............?
brenden wrote: Hey all,
Actually I've been meaning to schedule up a Google Hangout to discuss options. I'm thinking sometime next week in the afternoon US Pacific time.
In the Hangout i'd like to clarify some points on vinyl, laser etching and transfer to identify the quickest way to get our development out in stage one.
If you would like to join this interact hangout please reply to this post.