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WRAPS '17

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2 0 1 7 • WRAPS • 77 weave technology, which allows a wide range of edge patterns to more easily and accurately line up graphics. Lujano currently devotes about a day's worth of work to each wrap job, and says that an additional printer would definitely add some opportunities. Long-Term Implications For those interested in testing the wrap job waters, Fabrizio Soto, vice president of marketing for production printing and wide-format products at OKI Data Americas, says sign shops need to consider the long-term implications of buying equipment that seems affordable up front but may not provide the quality or volume of work needed as business picks up. The Mutoh ValueJet 1642X printer. (Image courtesy of Mutoh America) As Wrap Nation's repu- tation grew, it started doing more work for NASCAR clients. (Image courtesy of Wrap Nation) Zachariah Lujano of Phoenix's Wrap Nation started with second-hand equipment, but soon upgraded to a brand new Mutoh printer to tackle larger jobs. (Image courtesy of Wrap Nation)

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