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Digitally Printable Films are designed to meet the growing demand for quick-change graphics and messaging on unique and complex surfaces. From golf carts to box trucks, including fleet and consumer vehicles, this product delivers maximum brand and personal expression. Businesses of all sizes enjoy the vibrant color pop and high quality output across a wide-range of applications including fleet branding and signage to amplify their brand messaging.
Applied wraps typically last three to five years, allowing longevity for your investment.
A vehicle wrap can help preserve a vehicle’s finish. Some customers even purchase and apply vehicle wraps rather than enduring the cost of repainting their vehicles.
Our professional installers can also remove a wrap.
Get the full benefits of advertising your business without sharing ad space with other advertisers.
Mobile advertising becomes increasingly more valuable for companies that put vehicles on the road frequently (such as delivery services or bus companies).
Baker Design and Detail uses some of the best materials and equipment available today.
The Epson SureColor R5070 64" Roll-to-Roll Quality Signage Printer is the first of its kind to feature multi-purpose Quality ink.
This 64" roll-to-roll signage printer consistently provides professional quality vinyl, banner, vehicle wrap and other traditional signage prints.
State-of-the-art PrecisionCore printhead delivers high-quality, consistent color job-to-job and panel-to-panel.
Epson UltraChrome RS Ink technology delivers astounding image quality. This 6-color Quality ink set offers reliable color consistency on a diverse range of applications:
Vibrant 6-color aqueous Quality ink set (KCMYLcLm); also includes optimizer and maintenance liquid
Reliable color consistency - delivers consistently high image quality for repeat jobs, brand colors, wall tiling applications, and more
Avery Dennison MPI 1105 Series wrapping film, a premium high-gloss cast film with superior 3D conformability, stunning printability and maximum durability for complex surfaces with curves and recesses.
MPI 1105 features Easy Apply™ RS technology for a lower initial tack. This aids the alignment of overlapping panels, and helps to limit the risks associated with graphic application, such as wrinkling and entrapped air bubbles.
A premium quality, ultra-thin, ultra conformable, protective film is immediately laminated to the printed vinyl.
Avery Dennison DOL 1300Z Series offers excellent conformability, abrasion resistance, and durability. The gloss film features a synthetic liner that creates a super smooth high gloss finish which provides an overall paint like finish of printed graphics. DOL 1300Z Series is designed to be used with SuperCast Series print media.
At the design center you will begin with designing and proofing with our in-house designer, and we finalize the process with printing and installation.
Our flat Design Fee includes 3 hours design time and up to 3 revisions. Addition design work is available at a rate of $100 per hour. Clients are welcome to provide a mockup of a design, but we must still charge the flat design fee for setting up the wrap for print.
Please provide all branded assets and guidelines to ensure we meet the standards for your brand. We also require all images and graphic elements to be high resolution.
Once the design is complete, we create a proof of the wrap for you to review.
It’s important to carefully examine the proof for any mistakes you find and immediately note any changes you want made to the final wrap before printing. Any changes you have after the wrap goes into final production can delay turnaround and add significantly to your costs.
Project installation date/time will be mutually agreed upon by Client and Baker Design and Detail. If Client fails to notify of a missed installation appointment within 72 hours, a $200 “Missed Appointment” fee will be added to Client “Final Invoice”.
We require a 50% down payment to begin your project.
During the inspection, a wrap technician will carefully look over the vehicle's body to look for gouges, rust, or any other issues that could affect the finished product.
We also look for any accessories added to the exterior of the vehicle that may cause an obstruction to the install. In some instances, an additional fee will incur for removal of accessories.
Before we can begin installing your wrap, your vehicle needs to be thoroughly cleaned so that the wrap will adhere properly. A high-pressure car wash that uses powerful detergents should clean off most grime and debris.
The removal of Emblems, Trim, and any External Accessories that should not be covered by the wrap, will incur an additional labor rate.
This will be different for every vehicle, so this can be estimated before the job is started.
The finished design is printed in very high resolution onto 52 inch-wide vinyl panels using a large-format printer. Full vehicle wraps are typically printed in multiple panels and carefully pieced together during installation. We carefully align the vinyl panels to ensure proper fit and applies them to the vehicle.
A premium quality, ultra-thin, ultra-conformable cast vinyl film is laminated to the print, creating a super smooth high gloss finish which provides an overall paint like finish of printed graphics.
The installer uses a heat gun to stretch and reposition the vinyl, and a squeegee to eliminate imperfections.
It’s important to note that installers rely on sharp razors to manipulate the vinyl and remove excess material around door handles and crevices. Even with experienced installers, vinyl application is not a perfect process. As industry standard with vinyl application, there is potential for minor imperfections such as nicks, scratches, or bubbling to show on the final product.
To keep the wrap clean, hand wash the vehicle regularly with soap, water, and a clean rag. Avoid high-pressure or bristle-based car washes that could lift up or tear the wrap, as well as waxes that could remove the laminate or minimize the wrap’s adhesion.