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How exact is the Bad Wrap?

Discussion in 'Clipart, Vehicle Templates and Digital Files' started by Signsforwhile, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. Signsforwhile

    Signsforwhile Very Active Member

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    Never used it before but decided to pick up one template for a Honda Accord. Starting to print everything and noticed that a couple of measurements I took off the actual car yesterday do not coincide with the template...

    The sides needed just a littel adjustment. But seems like they are WAY off with the roof and maybe hood....
     
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  2. FTG

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    They claim they're within a 1/4" on everything, but I'm not sure how exact they actually are.
     
  3. Signsforwhile

    Signsforwhile Very Active Member

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    I'm going to wait till the car gets here now. The sides were easy to adjust with photos but I don't have a shot of the roof. My notes say the printed panel size of the roof should be 41x62. Bad wrap is over 10" in every direction...I would run it if it wasn't for text that needs to fit between the moonroof and edge of roof.
     
  4. lexsigns

    lexsigns Premium Subscriber

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    last one I used was off a little- I always measure the actual prior to cuttiing or printing anything!
     
  5. Coloradosigns

    Coloradosigns Major Contributor

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    Pro vehicle outlines is almost 100% accurate. Always double check though
     
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