EFI Fiery has launched a subscription service for its Pro Vehicle Outlines product; a vehicle wrap template database.
The new online service offers access to more than 19,500 precise vehicle templates. EFI says it has a powerful search engine for locating specific vehicle outlines from 1993 to present day. Vehicle types available through www.provehicleoutlines.com include cars, trucks, SUVs, vans, trailers and specialty vehicles with templates for everything from small signage to complete vehicle wraps.
EFI says the online subscription service features one of the largest selections of templates available. The company adds that it offers a more convenient and cost-effective way to give customers access to the latest templates over time. Used in conjunction with the PVO WrapUp quote app, the Pro Vehicles Outlines website makes quoting and creating vehicle signs and wraps faster and more accurate, according to EFI.
Pro Vehicle Outlines templates and the 180+ page Pro Vehicles Outlines template reference book were previously distributed in physical media form, including a printed book and a flash drive, the only such solution in the market.
The online service includes:
The latest and most precise collection of vehicle templates available on the internet, with more than 19,500 templates available, with vehicle models from 1993 to the present day;
A new admin console that enables users to manage their online accounts, keep track of template use and add or remove multiple users;
The ability to upload best work images to share with the industry in CADlink’s online gallery; and
Compatibility with most design, signmaking or vehicle graphics software, delivering quality vector images in Adobe Illustrator format, enhancing current vehicle lettering or striping software.
Once the right template has been chosen, users simply download the template, which ready to edit and design in their preferred illustration programme. The WrapUp quote app also makes it faster and easier for users to get an accurate and professional quote to their customers before committing to or starting on a project.