Layers can be used to group print objects into separate groups in the output PDF file.
You can create a layer for Foil objects, name that layer and let your foil machine see only those objects that needed foiling while the regular printer renders the other elements in place.
You can also make individual layers to be visible in print or view.
Print Layers can be used in
Engraving, or any other special print process that requires separate steps for different elements.
How to create a PDF Layer
Click the Design panel on the left and find PDF Layers. Click the button to create a new Layer and give it a title.
The title could be one specified by your print machine.
This will create a new Layer and you can edit the properties as requried.
How to assign Objects to a Layer
After creating your layer, the next step is to assign Objects to the layer. Select any object on your canvas, like a Text, Shape or any Graphics
Click the Object Icon on the left panel and you will see the PDF Layers option blank. Click to assign the layer to that object.
You can assign many Objects to the same layer or different layers. To test, you can download the PDF right away inside the editor and view it in Acrobat PDF Reader.
In Acrobat PDF Reader, you can see the layers on the left panel. Clicking the eye toggles its visibility.