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Superior quality with Camouflage Digital Wrapping Vinyl

Monday, December 05, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

Vehicle wrapping vinyls have moved ahead in quality and performance with the introduction of Uniform’s Camouflage Digital Wrapping Vinyl. This new material incorporates hybrid technology which has been developed specifically for use with solvent-based ink-jet printers, making it easy to apply and providing excellent durability. Camouflage Digital Wrapping Vinyl offers outstanding performance, particularly with awkward areas such as deep recesses and complex body curves. Incorporating “double stretch” technology, the molecular structure of the soft-calendered material enables it to be heated, expanded and condensed to fit the surface smoothly, without pockets, creases or bubbles. Because of the growth in popularity for vehicle wrapping cars and vans of all shapes and sizes, Camouflage Digital Wrapping Vinyl has been designed from the outset for use with solvent-based ink-jet printers, such as the Uniform Grenadier. The material takes on its optimum performance-enhancing properties once the inks have been applied and, unlike cast films, its softness enables it to be stretched without losing density or print quality. Easy to print and to apply, Camouflage Digital Wrapping Vinyl is available with both a clear and a grey adhesive and offers 12 months durability without lamination. More permanent results can be produced by using Camouflage’s matched laminate, as well as with Uniform’s Wetguard system for semi-automatic application of a liquid top-coat. Camouflage Digital Wrapping Vinyl will be demonstrated at the forthcoming series of free vehicle wrapping courses, full details of which can be found at www.vinylwrapping.com or by e-mailing training@vinylwrapping.com.




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