Output to Flexi

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Jul 03, 2022 Jul 03, 2022

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Anyone here use Illustrator to create bleeds for output to Flexi for contour cuts? Is there a best practice for this? My company is having the designers handle more of the prepress work before it's sent to the production floor, so I'd like to know if there's a tried and true method.

 

 Along the same lines — why are Pantone outputs to Flexi so terrible? Should I stick to CMYK/process color?

 

 Thanks in advance!

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Community Expert , Jul 03, 2022 Jul 03, 2022

@BlueBearTwo 

You might contact Flexi for support with their product:

http://flexihelp.saicloud.com/en/Content/10_Business%20Tools/SideKick/User%20menu/Contact%20Us.htm

 

Pantone pulled out of Adobe and is offering their own subscription:

https://www.pantone.com/pantone-connect-for-adobe-creative-cloud

 

Jane

 

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@BlueBearTwo 

You might contact Flexi for support with their product:

http://flexihelp.saicloud.com/en/Content/10_Business%20Tools/SideKick/User%20menu/Contact%20Us.htm

 

Pantone pulled out of Adobe and is offering their own subscription:

https://www.pantone.com/pantone-connect-for-adobe-creative-cloud

 

Jane

 

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