From basic pocket folders to origami Print Production


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From basic pocket folders to origami

When you want to take your printed project beyond the plain old rectangular, then you enter the world of die cutting. Even if you're creating something as seemingly simple as tabbed dividers. We see them all the time. But how do they get that shape? Well, they're die cut. And that means that a die has to be created and the job has to be planned with that in mind. And of course novelty shapes. Pretty much any shape you can think of can be die cut. There are some limitations. Some small details can be hard to hold. But you can see from looking at these pieces, they're very different, all of them, from the simple rounded rectangle on the little cards, to the paintbrush, to the motorcyclist, to the sandwich. Great variety.

And something that you immediately notice. That's something that you sort of pick out of the pack. Stands apart from all the dull old rectangular pieces. And if you really want to hold fine detail, we're seeing more and more laser die cutting. Now, there's no ac...

From basic pocket folders to origami
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From basic pocket folders to origami provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Claudia McCue as part of the Print Production Essentials: Embossing, Foil Stamping, and Die Cutting

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Design
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Illustrator InDesign
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