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Nissan Cube Wrap

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by dmayhew26, Jun 25, 2010.

  1. dmayhew26

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    Here is the first wrap I have done on a street vehicle. I have done many, many racecars but this was a first for me. I have a few things I would do for sure different next time but overall I think it came out pretty good. Any suggestions or comments would be appreciated.
     

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  2. B08

    B08 Very Active Member

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    Nice.
    What media did you use?
     
  3. sublime000

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    looks great!!! good job!
     
  4. Sign_Boy

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    Nice
     
  5. Sign Up Graphics

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    Nice job!!! :thumb:
     
  6. Ponto

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    WELL DONE! ... media?
     
  7. signcrafters london

    signcrafters london Very Active Member

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    ¡Muy agradable!
     
  8. dmayhew26

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    Thanks for the kind words. I printed this on my new Roland VS-640 and used the Arlon 6000XRP and 3220 wrap kit. I have used this on a few trailers with good results and this experience was no different.
     
  9. BALLPARK

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    Looks great man, nice job!!!

    I love the Arlon 6000XRP wrap combo kits. Great price and great vinyl for wraps!
     
  10. "Deposit Please"

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    Looks Good, definitely a " Attention Grabber" Nice job.
     
  11. Malkin

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    Was the the perf on the rear window any more difficult to install than on a more typical flatter window?
     
  12. Craig Sjoquist

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    Well you have a good start .. everything else some tweaking
    your layout could improve so the copy is not so scattered and better contrast on air conditioning & heating and not so much on commercial & residential
    When you look at the thumbnail the best parts of the design / layout (name, little man, 3 colors) get lost, on the phone reduce the weight of area code would pop the 7 real numbers to remember
    By bringing the copy / layout closer to center this would be a outstanding wrap
     
  13. dmayhew26

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    The perf was pretty easy actually to install. Was much easier than I thought is was going to be.

    I agree on the contrast with the heating and AC writing. That was all part of his logo and he didn't want it changed but I wish I would have done something to make it pop out better.
     
  14. jc1cell

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    Looks good...except one thing....your missing the ~ in Español.

    jc
     
  15. WOODBS

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    what would you do diff?
     
  16. ProColorGraphics

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    Not to change the subject, but what do you think of your printer? I am strongly considering one.
     
  17. dmayhew26

    dmayhew26 Member

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    I really like the printer. I have a little bit of a hard time getting the colors as bright as my SP540 but with a little work they seem good. The metallic and white is a nice thing to have at times.
     
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