August 15, 2018 | Kopytek
When it comes to vehicle wraps, it is best to exercise caution before making the final decision to install a car wrap. The first step is to make sure the person or company has the necessary experience creating and installing vinyl wraps. For example, vinyl film can be produced as either a cast or calendered film. Cast films start in a liquid state and the ingredients are blended together before being poured onto a casting sheet. The result is a thin gauge film that stays in a more relaxed form that is flexible and durable and retains the color for a smooth, finished look. A calendered film is also known as a short-term or intermediate film. The process starts with a molten mixture that goes through a die and is then fed through calendering rolls. The process creates a thicker film that has a tendency to shrink when exposed to heat. Some people choose this option because it is less expensive and more resistant to scratches. Contact our vehicle wrap experts for more information.
Besides displaying the name and logo of a company, there are many additional benefits to using high quality car wrap film:
Professional large format printing delivers high quality car wrap film that spotlight the logo and essential information that will be delivered by a vehicle wrap. Whether it is a full wrap or a partial wrap that will be created, our large format printing offers a wide variety of color options and finishes that give an extra eye-catching element to the finished product. Whether they are a full wrap or a partial wrap, car wraps make a marketing impact on consumers who are seeing you for the first time or new customers discovering you thanks to the newly installed vehicle wrap. Check out our other large format printing options.
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