Sign & Digital Graphics

December '16

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WRAPS DIGITAL GRAPHICS O ne thing I have been focusing on in my car wrap workshops for both full print and color-change wraps the past year is ways of increasing qual- ity and durability while lowering install times by 20 to 50 percent. Most people immediately think this is achieved solely through the installation portion of the wrap, but it's actually primarily achieved through good preparation. Here are several simple rules for full print and for color-change wraps that will help increase your profits, and make for happy, faster wrap installers. W R A P P R O D U C T I V I T Y How to Increase Quality and Decrease Install Times Improving your wraps productiv- ity will improve your bottom line B Y J U S T I N P A T E Justin Pate is a graphic installer/instructor with more than 18 years of experience, work- ing both in the United States and Europe. Justin teaches workshops across the world most notably for Avery Dennison and Mutoh in North America. Justin also heads up e Wrap Institute (, a streaming video wraps education plaorm. For more information on Justin go to www.justin- 62 • December 2016 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S Image A: This design—created by Stephen Sinek for use at the Avery Dennison/Mutoh School of Wrap work- shops this year—is a good example of smart wrap design.

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