Top 3 Screen-Printing Softwares

by Dan

Want to create a new and improved sign for your company’s locations? Or maybe you need a design for advertising on the side of your company’s cars. No matter what reasons you have for wanting a new logo or design, these three softwares are here to help you and your advertising needs. 

CADlink SignLab V10

This software aims at signage and engraving, with other similar services. It offers digitally printed signs, vinyl cut, and print/cut graphics and signs suitable for your wants and needs. CADlink SignLab V10 runs on Windows 10 and offers many different features. These features include access to online clipart, silver metallic ink support, and Bezier and bitmap editing. Cadlink SignLab V10 also allows you to output to most cutters, printers, and hybrid print/cut tools from multiple job queues.

Most importantly, there are many different packages you can choose from, based on what you need and how much you are willing to spend. There are standard packages such as SignLab Print and Cut, SignLab Vinyl Pro, SignLab Cut Pro, and SignLab Design Pro.  

Specialty packages, such as the VersaWorks Edition or the Mimaki Edition, are available at higher prices; however, they offer even more features that can be incredibly helpful. Also available for purchase are different modules that are specific for particular needs that can make your designs stand out even more. 

ShopVox

ShopVox is an incredibly easy engravement, apparel, and sign software that allows you to manage your business in one place. This software is used all over the world in more than 26 countries and includes six languages to choose from while using the software. 

It offers custom pricing, custom workflows, and collaboration opportunities at the snap of your fingers, allowing your business to run smoothly all in one software. You can create custom quotes and get them approved in seconds on shopVox as well.

ShopVox covers everything you need in one place, as well as producing high-quality work. It incorporates customer management, quotes and pricing, production management, job boards, invoicing, e-commerce, business intelligence, vendor management, set up, onboarding, and employee management.

This is a software from the sign software heavens. There are free trials and webinars available to test it out for yourself before committing to buying it, which is a lifesaver. There’s a more basic option at a lower price, and a Pro account at a pricier rate, however, the money is worth it.

EasySign

Easy is in the name for a reason! EasySign allows you to create signs, car wraps, banners, lettering, and t-shirts flawlessly in no time. Users have the option to either work directly on EasySign or use it as an add-on to other softwares, such as Adobe Illustrator. 

Features on the EasySign software include mass production, easy design, crop marks, production lines, and so many other useful details.

When purchasing, you can choose between three packages, and you get to choose your subscription time and amount of users. It can be a little pricey, but for what it’s giving you, it’s very much worth it.

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