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Coreldraw Graphics Suite

Seems like a simple thing to do but for the life of me … Hello scarrott; What John showed you is the way to do it. First ungroup any thing grouped, put the circle in your CLOSED rectangle and combine them.

  • Vectorization or tracing is the process of taking a bitmap image and re-drawing it as a vector image.
  • Learn how to create logos, business cards, brochure layouts and more with Corel Draw.
  • Whatever the case, check out these design basics before you make your own logo.

If you turn it on, it will close the outline along the cut edge of the text. This results in a group of 4 objects, because the Knife tool sliced through both objects that originally comprise the group. There are now 2 red objects and 2 pink objects. When you activate the Knife tool, by default it will be set to 2-Point Line mode, which will slice the object along a straight line.

As such there is no resolution limitation–the text and imagery will be crisp at any size. Given that most business cards consist of vector logos and type, this is often the tool that is used. InDesign offers a free business card template which has a simple and colorful design. The InDesign business card template is easy to edit, using a simple text layout. Illustrations can be created with the shape tool directly in InDesign.

Business Card Design Walkthrough

A notification email brought me back here so I thought I would share my little export panel that got an overhaul recently. There are a couple of export automation macros, but I feel many are so complex they make you NOT want to use them for smaller tasks. All art files need to have .125” (1/8”) bleed on all sides.

Securidesign For Coreldraw

When moving the guide, remember to keep the Shift button pressed. In the upper panel, I click the Trace Panel icon and customize the settings. Doing this, I convert my logo from raster to vector. The reason why I need my logo in vector is that I can scale it without loss of quality. This way, I can instantly see asymmetry and uneven letter spacing.

That in turn would bring up a workspace that’s basically a print dialog box to transfer your file to your specific laser cutting. This is pretty much the same workflow I use to get printed parts from F360 to Simplify 3D to the machines in my farm. I’m assuming it is a vector object — if it is not, then it could easily be done as a vector object, which would give better results. Check the properties of the black object by right clicking on it and look here for the overprint settings. Black objects are often set to overprint, but this can be turned off. But there is an option always overprint black in the separations tab of the print dialogue which also needs to be turned off.

For the large flat cut assemblies I do it the other way, I generate the flat parts in 2D CAD or a drawing program to use for design/manufacturing. I then import a raw dxf into F360 to be used strictly for modeling. At that point I’m using F360 as a render app and not so much for design. On the flip side, I can take a printed part from concept to machine quite easily with F360.