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Using the Finisher Effect

The Finisher effect defines a coating that will cover an area of the design and protect it from scratches and UV. The finish can be applied as a rectangle covering an entire area of the design, or as a shape that follows the outlines of the design.

A finish area can only be output on a thermal transfer device, or by using the Print as Separations feature.

See Also

Working with Effects

Creating a Rectangular Finish

Creating a Shape Finish

Removing a Finish

Common Features

Using the Combine Effects

Using the Outline Effect

Using the Shadow Effect

Using the Stripes Effect

Using the Distort Effect

Using the Blending Effect

Using the Lens Effect

Using the Underbase Effect

Using Color Trapping

Using Styles

Using Contour Cut

Using Engraving Fills