Business Cards Template

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Corel Draw Tips & Tricks Business Cards Template

hi, it’s me again with CorelDRAW tips and tricks and somebody sent me this file and it is a template for business cards and he has a laser and a UV printer that he’s going to laser out a template and then use a UV printer to print business cards which I know nothing about now he does have re-indexing lines for the future so he makes sure his maybe his printer even can set up like that. Business Cards Template

Business Cards Template

So he asked me one question I really can’t answer because he asks how big of space do I need around the card I don’t understand why you’re using a little radius I think a square because the cards unless the cards have a round radius I would still maybe make them square and then maybe easier to get out of uh I have no clue how much bigger to make the business card um slot so you can get the cards in and out there’s a couple wait for couple ideas I have on that uh for right now.

I’m going to take away your indexing lines and just um that is a great idea but he asked so I’m going to ungroup all these cards one of the questions he asked was how do you make these cards easily spaced 10 millimetres apart which they are I’ve already checked so I’m going to control d and I’m going gonna make a duplicate of these guys and move them out of the way and I’m gonna delete all but one card and then you’re gonna use edit and step and repeat and there are three settings on there it’s a horizontal no offset or offset of the space between units we want 10 millimetres.

We want nothing on here no offset and he’s got six so we need five copies and we’re going to hit apply you have to check on something so now you’ve got these things and they are 10 millimetres apart exactly so that was an easy setup and as you can see it’s 10 millimetres corner hard to read the arrows are backwards into such a small space but then to get the other cards we will take away no offset space between units 10 millimetres and we’re seven so we want six and hit apply now you’ve got your cards now here’s my suggestion he said he doesn’t want to use wood because it’s a warp well if you made two layers one with MDF and first one I’m going to do is I’m going to group these together control.

 I’m going to hit p and put them in the centre of the page and if you made a sheet of pdf quarter-inch mdf and mdf does warp a little bit but if you did this and then take your second sheet to apply we’ve got a leak somewhere well I don’t have a box around it and so we’ll draw a box around the page I can’t remember there’s a way to draw a box around the page but I’m just going to draw a box real quick size of the page and then if you fill this in this is what your plywood would look like and if you lightly glue this to your mdf the plywood’s not gonna work because it’s you’ve cut away the warp age-ability you just got strips and if you kept it flat and everything it shouldn’t warp any of it if it did you could figure out something.

But to glue those two pieces identically uh together I would what I call indexing dowels and find the smallest dowel you can get and just place two dowels on this board one there and one and also you’re drawing in something other than a hairline so you’d have to change and then set another one over here and when you glue these two together if you stick those dowels in there just little short pieces of dowel it’ll help you index that board where your corners are still square and it’ll help you a lot the only other thing I could suggest let’s ungroup these because I there’s no way I can answer what you know what space should be but what you could do you have a little bit more room on the side you could take control this with a half or 10-millimetre circle.

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I’m going to lock your ratio so that doesn’t happen again 10-millimetre circle that doesn’t look very big and you can actually have it snap to the midpoint and we’re going to need to change that. Business Cards Template

I’m going to go ahead and change your well I’m not going to change this to a hairline we can keep it black for right now and remember this is 10 millimetres right so it’s changed our scenario and I’m going to take the virtual segment leaky and then take this sports field tool and fill that in and what that did that basically welded and I know some people are going to well why don’t you just weld it well.

I’m so used to doing it this way it just comes in handy so now we can do this offset this is going to help you get your thumbnail or a knife in the and this is only a suggestion it doesn’t have to be round it could be square but now you’ve changed your you’ve got to think about your uh this when you set up your uh board no offset and space between units but now we only need five millimetres because now we’ve got 10 millimetres between there and let’s just test that out see we still have the 10 millimetres and I think that’s what is printer okay I made too many copies.

Because I was going down and then you can do the same thing going down let’s put no offset space between and now you have your board and I think you still have room uh for your dowels because then we could select this group it hit p and you still have room for a couple of dowels and you could put them anywhere on the board you could put them like right there uh they’re just indexing.

So you can do that now the other question he had was how to resize these if he’s going to do another board this wouldn’t be worth it’s so easy to set this up with the step and repeat but there is a way to do it I thought I’d just show you uh inside of e-cuts there is a deal called size and Carell cannot do this that I know of set size and let’s just back up here the size of our unit is 87 by 55.

Let’s say I played around with this while ago to make sure I knew where it was that he cuts let’s say we wanted to make them 89 by 60. well if you select them all and in just one stroke update the size now each one of these is 89 by 60. but an e-cut is a very popular problem-solving macro and I’ll love it but for doing this for different sized cards it’d be easier just to start over anyway I hope that answered just three questions.  

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