August 31, 2018 | Kopytek
Vehicle wraps are installed in order to catch the eye of other drivers and make your business top of mind when it comes to your products or services. The first step in the automotive wrap process is one of the most important steps. A brilliant vehicle wrap starts with the design. Not all vehicles are created equally so a vehicle wrap design is not the same for all autos. Before the actual design process begins, you should directly photograph the auto from all sides and then measure the hood, bumpers and sides. Taking into account the size of the different vehicle areas, as well as accounting for body breaks like door handles and rivets, allows you to customize the design and know where to place any written information created by large format printing.
Now that is time to create your actual design, here are some tips to make the process easier for you:
Contact us if you have any questions and our wrap experts will help you.
The use of large format printing for automotive wraps is an industry standard for a number of reasons. Large and wide format printing is fast and efficient and can be used for any design size as well as any amount of colors in the design. The fact that there is no limit on the amount of colors that can be used means the logo and colors will stand out from the crowd rather than blend in with other vehicle wraps on the highway. Whether you are looking to install a full wrap, or you just want a partial wrap, large format printing makes an impact on consumers who won’t soon forget your newly designed automotive wrap.
If you are ready to start the design process and create brilliant vehicle wraps, give us a call at 314-432-2700.
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