Sign & Digital Graphics

July '16

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • July 2016 • 45 Application is also a bit quicker since there is less concern about the glossy scratches that we have to be so careful with on the matte lms. If you're not sure about doing full color change wraps you can always start with wrapping smaller parts of the car. Start with offering color change wraps on hoods, roofs and trunks until you're more comfortable working with the dif- ferent lms and then move onto wrap- ping larger sections, or the entire vehicle. Application Heat One of the most important tools in wrapping is heat. For digitally printed This orange truck received a complete color change using 3M's 1080 Gloss Intense Blue and premium spot graphics. Be sure to use the right tool and heat source to avoid scratching and damaging your wraps during installation. Whether it's a full-color printed graphic with a high-gloss overlaminate, or it's a color-change wrap with a gloss nish, we like the ease of work- ing with gloss lms.

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