Vinyl Wrap Toronto is a vehicle wrap company based in Toronto, Canada. We specialize in wrapping cars, trucks, boats, and other vehicles with vinyl material to create unique designs and protect the original paint.
In this particular project, we did a partial wrap for a Mercedes Sprinter (High Roof) van for VMB Group, a contractor specializing in underpinning and waterproofing services in the Greater Toronto Area. The client requested Vinyl Wrap Toronto to pay attention to alignment while wrapping the van, and we delivered a stunning final result. The project involved the use of Avery Dennison’s printable vinyl to print the client’s design file, with Gloss Black Cutouts added for the logo and services. The van took two days to wrap, and the cost of the project was $3600.
Design and Material Selection
Design and Material selection are important aspects of a vehicle wrap project. For the Mercedes Sprinter partial wrap project for VMB Group, the selection of material and design were carefully considered.
Avery Dennison’s printable vinyl was chosen for the project due to its high-quality performance and printability. It is a durable and versatile material that can withstand harsh weather conditions and maintain its appearance for a long time. The vinyl material also allows for vibrant and detailed designs to be printed on it, making it the perfect choice for this project.
Gloss Black Cutouts were added to the design to give it a sleek and professional look. Cutouts are a way to remove certain sections of vinyl material to allow the original paint of the vehicle to show through, creating a unique and eye-catching design. In this case, Gloss Black Cutouts were used to showcase the client’s logo and services.
The client provided a design file for the project, which was used as a guide for the project. The design file had specific specifications that had to be followed during the printing and installation process. Vinyl Wrap Toronto carefully reviewed the design file to ensure that it met the client’s requirements and translated well onto the vehicle. The specifications included the exact colours, placement of graphics, and measurements to ensure that the final product was aligned and looked perfect.
The installation process for the Mercedes Sprinter partial wrap for VMB Group involved several steps, including preparation, printing, and installation of the vinyl material.
Preparation involved cleaning the surface of the vehicle thoroughly to remove any dirt, dust, or debris. We clean the vehicle in two steps, first with vinegar and then again with alcohol to make the surface of the vehicle squeaky clean. This is important to ensure that the vinyl adheres properly to the surface of the vehicle. Once the surface was cleaned, the vinyl material was printed with the client’s design using Avery Dennison’s printable vinyl.
During the installation process, the vinyl material was carefully applied to the surface of the vehicle, starting from one end and gradually moving to the other. The vinyl material was heated to ensure that it conformed to the curves and contours of the vehicle’s surface. Gloss Black Cutouts were added at specific points to showcase the client’s logo and services. The vinyl was trimmed to fit the exact measurements of the vehicle and create a seamless finish.
One of the challenges faced during installation was the alignment of the graphics. The client had requested Vinyl Wrap Toronto to pay attention to alignment while wrapping the van, and this was achieved by using a combination of visual cues and precise measurements. The team used laser-guided tools to ensure that the graphics were aligned and the measurements were exact. We also used our expertise to adjust the placement of the vinyl material to ensure that the final product looked perfect.
Alignment is crucial in vehicle wrap projects as it ensures that the graphics are properly placed and create a professional look. Vinyl Wrap Toronto’s attention to detail and commitment to quality allowed us to achieve perfect alignment for VMB Group’s Mercedes Sprinter partial wrap project.
The final result of the Mercedes Sprinter partial wrap was a stunning and unique design that showcased the client’s brand and services. The combination of Avery Dennison’s printable vinyl and Gloss Black Cutouts created a sleek and professional look that was eye-catching and attention-grabbing.
The quality of the wrap was top-notch, with the vinyl material conforming to the curves and contours of the vehicle’s surface to create a seamless finish. The graphics were perfectly aligned, and the measurements were exact, resulting in a flawless final product.
The customer, VMB Group, was highly satisfied with the final result of the partial wrap project. They were impressed with the attention to detail and the quality of the workmanship. The vinyl wrap provided a cost-effective way to showcase their brand and services while also protecting the original paint of the vehicle.
The benefits of a partial wrap for businesses are numerous. A partial wrap can provide an affordable and effective way to advertise a brand or service, creating a professional and polished look for a company’s vehicles. Partial wraps are also customizable, allowing businesses to showcase their brand and services in a way that is unique and eye-catching. Additionally, vinyl wraps protect the original paint of the vehicle from scratches, dings, and other damage, which can save businesses money in the long run on vehicle maintenance and repair costs.
Overall, Vinyl Wrap Toronto’s services are exceptional. We are an experienced vehicle wrap company and deliver high-quality workmanship and excellent customer service. Our team is professional, friendly, and knowledgeable, and we go above and beyond to make sure our clients are happy.