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Avery Dennison Adds Carbon Fiber Films to Supreme Wrapping Line

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Mentor, Ohio – Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions announced today that it will add two carbon fiber films, black and white, to its popular Supreme Wrapping Film line, a full spectrum of 46 opaque cast films in matte, brushed metallic and gloss colors that are primarily used for color change car wraps.

"The Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film carbon fiber films are, hands down, the best on the market," said Jim Miller, Miller Decals, LLC. "I put the films through extreme tests, wrapping a vehicle with many curves, and they passed with ease."

"Avery Dennison carbon fiber films are thinner and more conformable than other carbon fiber films on the market according to our customer trials," said Beth Zanko, product manager for Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions. "Many of our customers commented that, because the film is extremely conformable and repositionable, it is much easier and quicker to install than similar products in the marketplace."

Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Films are constructed with appearance and ease of installation in mind. The films feature Easy Apply RS™ technology which allows the installer to easily reposition and slide the film into place and reduce air bubbles, minimizing the total application time for the wrap.  In addition, due to its construction, no overlaminate is required before installation. 

"The carbon fiber films provide excellent opacity and present our customers with additional design options," added Zanko.  "Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Films are ideal for interior and exterior accents for vehicles, point-of-purchase signage and architectural installations."

Samples of the Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film are available from samples.graphics@averydennison.com. The new carbon fiber films are available in 60" x 25 yd. and 10 yd. roll sizes, which allow installers to wrap the hood and sides of a vehicle without seams.


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