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  • New 3M Colour Wrap Film series set to wow vehicle wrappers. +VIDEO

    Posted by .News on August 26, 2019 at 12:09 am


    Now available from William Smith, the newly launched 3M Colour Wrap Film Series 2080 is set to wow vehicle wrappers with its high conformability, smooth application and added protection during installation.

    Designed to meet the continued popularity of vehicle wraps and, in particular, the increasing demand for distinctive individual customisation, combined with smooth installation, 3M Series 2080 represents an industry ‘first’, with a Protective Film Layer to the gloss products, and an improved warranty of up to eight years durability for vertical applications (three years for horizontal applications).

    It comes in 21 vibrant gloss colours (plus black and white), five matt colours, two metallic and 12 satin finishes.

    The low-density polyethylene Protective Film Layer, positioned over the top of the film’s surface, remains in place during installation and is removed easily after application, ensuring a clean finish, and leaving the film itself free from scratches or other surface imperfections such as hazing or mottling.

    3M Series 2080 is 3D conformable, without limitations, for smooth and easy installation, with improved stretch to provide snug fitting around curves and channels.

    “Thanks to the 3D conformability, wrappers can now make significant time savings when fitting; and with its added protection, along with flexibility, the new 3M Series 2080 range means that vehicle wrappers can now offer cleaner, smoother, and more innovative personalisation to their customers,” says William Smith’s Head of Marketing, Chris Bradley.

    For more information about 3M Colour Wrap Film Series 2080 contact Chris Bradley at:

    Grove Works
    Barnard Castle
    County Durham
    DL12 8JQ


    Gary Barker replied 2 years, 11 months ago 1 Member · 1 Reply
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  • Gary Barker

    August 31, 2019 at 8:15 am

    more waste material that cant be recycled 🙁