3M expands vehicle wrap film range

by FESPA | 11/01/2018
3M expands vehicle wrap film range

3M have announced three new films to the IJ180mC Print Wrap Film range ideally suited for vehicle wraps.

Three new printable films have been added to the IJ180mC Print Wrap Film range from 3M for short-term and permanent graphics customisation on vehicles with hard-to-bond surfaces such as motocross bikes, snowmobile and ATVs.

The three new IJ180 offerings use Comply Adhesive with micro technology to ensure the films provide slideability, and have an initial tack that enables the installer to move the film across the application surface and reposition as required.

The company states on its website that the new films provide for design flexibility, with white, metallic, clear and non-pvc films. Now there is a product for every project- including vehicles, boats, fleet, interior walls, exterior signs, stainless steel and recreational vehicles.

 The three new printable IJ180mC Print Wrap Films from 3M have been specially designed to adhere to hard-to-bond surfaces including Low Surface Energy (LSE) plastic, powder coat paints and stainless steel, ideal for applying promotional graphics to vehicles including tankers, caravans, horse trailers, refrigerated and food trucks. 

The IJ180mC-10UR Print Wrap Films from 3M is an ultra-removable print wrap film intended for short-term vehicle graphics where a fast and easy installation, and clean, simple removal without heat or chemicals is required. Applications include commercial vehicles and fleet graphics and buses, as well as general indoor and outdoor signage.

The three new printable films in the IJ180 range from 3M are 3D conformable for applying to flat to compound curved surfaces, rivets and corrugations. 

World Wrap Master competition powers up in Bangkok

The FESPA World Wrap Masters Series is a collection of global events that have been designed to not only encourage, recognise and promote excellence in the vehicle wrapping community, but also allow specialist in this field of work to improve their skills within a live, competitive environment.

If you are interested in taking part, there is still time to join this year’s World Wrap Masters Asia and possibly qualify for the World Wrap Masters Finals at FESPA 2018 in May, with a number of qualifying events scheduled over the next few months.

The World Wrap Masters Asia will take place on Thursday 22nd, Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th February, the three days of FESPA Asia 2018, with car wrapping workshops and training alongside the competition. Visitors can get free entry to the show by registering via the website and using reference code: ASAH815.

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