Vehicle Wrap Print Production
Your vehicle wrap's quality is very dependent on the type of material, the print solvent, and lamination. Cutting corners with cheap material, low-grade print solvents and a lack of lamination are common ways for graphics companies to maximize their own profits at the cost of quality. Some print shops do not understand the differences between printing a simple wall mural and printing a vehicle wrap. Lack of quality control is also a common complaint among franchised print shops that primarily work on signs and stationery. Flash Forward Media has many years of production and print experience specifically with vehicle, bus and boat wraps. We never cut corners with the quality of our product and stand behind our wraps. You can be confident that when you choose FFM every panel for every project will come out perfect.
Car Wrap Printer
We use only the best vehicle wrap materials for our projects to ensure the longest life possible for your investment. Experience has show us the best material by far is 3M's Controltac. There are many material types out there but we have found that they ALL fall short of the quality of 3M. 3M vehicle wrap material has the best warranty, adheres well in the more difficult areas on vehicles (i.e. fenders, bumpers, grills) and stands up to the elements. The salt and sand used to treat roads in the winter and the harsh sun in the summer are brutal on vinyl. 3M materials are proven to hold up better than any other material we've tried. 3M also has up to a seven year warranty on their Controltac material if paired with 3M matching lamination so of course we only use the best 3M lamination. High quality lamination has UV protective properties which shield the colors and ensure the print will stay bright for years to come.
We can offer Vehicle Wrap printing to the following areas:
Alabama | Arizona | Arkansas | California | Colorado | Connecticut | Delaware | Washington DC | Florida | Georgia | Idaho | Illinois | Indiana | Iowa | Kansas | Kentucky | Louisiana | Maine | Maryland | Massachusetts | Michigan | Minnesota | Mississippi | Missouri | Nevada | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New York | North Carolina | North Dakota | Ohio | Oklahoma | Oregon | Pennsylvania | Rhode Island | South Carolina | Tennessee | Texas | Utah | Vermont | Virginia | Washington