Spicers all wrapped up in WA

Spicers customers in Perth have enjoyed a day of wrap training, learning the proper preparation and application techniques of car wrapping.

Students get hands-on experience at Spicers' vehicle wrap training day, wrapping up two cars with a glossy overlaminate

Students get hands-on experience at Spicers’ vehicle wrap training day, wrapping up two cars with an Avery glossy overlaminate

Beginners and advanced students took on the practical course, wrapping two vehicles in Spicers graphics with Avery’s MPI1005 EZRS adhesive system and DOL1460 3D high gloss ‘wet-look’ overlaminate. Spicers says both sessions were full with customers keen to up their skills in the novel area.

Alan Dodsworth, new sales executive of sign, screen and display in Western Australia with Spicers, says, ‘Wrap Day was enjoyed by all and everyone learnt the best practice techniques around car wrapping. It has even inspired me to have my own car wrapped in the next few weeks.

“The overlaminate is a conformable product. It is really quite incredible how it handles the most extreme 3D curves. It also has excellent printability and prints well across latex, eco solvent, solvent and UV curable inkjet printers, so you have the added benefit of just one consistent product for use across multiple platforms.”

The wraps are repositionable and slideable, and aim to provide a fume-free alternative to spray paint. Spicers says the DOL1460 features long term removability, UV and weather protection and air egress channels that help eliminate bubbles and wrinkles.

Roger Rankine, regional manager with Spicers Western Australia, says, “We have been increasing our stock holdings of this grade along with all of our extensive sign and display

“Perth is an important market and Spicers recognise the fact that we want to grow and support our customers in Western Australia, hence the idea of Wrap Day.”


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