From motorcycles to cars, trains to planes and buses to boats – if it has a motor and it moves, the opportunities in vehicle wrapping are endless - and it doesn’t just stop there. Once you’ve learnt how to wrap vehicles then this skill can be easily transferred across many other substrates and objects too.
Want to know more about vehicle wrapping?
In this infographic, we share some expert advice on pre-application, essential tools, wrapping strategy (yep, you need a plan!) and some common mistakes to watch out for (click image to enlarge).
It's the perfect accompaniment to our Roland Academy Vehicle Wrapping Course where wrapping masters teach essential design, application and even business skills – or just a great guide for those wanting to learn more.
Vehicle wrapping is a great diversification route and can be a very profitable additional revenue stream, but it is also highly specialised when done right so you need to ensure you have the right kit and space to properly prepare the vehicles and wrap them.
If you want to move into vehicle wrapping but are not sure how, get in touch with us and arrange a visit to see our wide format digital printers in action. If you’re an existing print professional and now want to increase your understanding and experience in this area, sign up for our popular Vehicle Wrapping course.
This course provides an excellent grounding in the theory, best practice and the right tools for the job. It’s the best way to gain hands-on experience while learning top tips and tricks from an industry expert.
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