Specialty Wrap Services
It is true. We can wrap just about anything as long as the surface of the item is one on which the vinyl material can properly adhere. This includes almost all painted surfaces, metals, laminates, glass, and some plastics. If you aren’t sure if your item can be wrapped, give us a call and we would be happy to advise you. Our design and installation teams are experts at determining the best materials and designs for wrapping odd-shaped and unique items.
Wrapping specialty items is our specialty.
We know there are lots of choices for our customers when choosing a vehicle wrap or graphics company. Why use Iconography? You can read some testimonials from our customers. You’ll find that these are some of the reasons our customers keep returning to us for all of their graphics needs:
The process for specialty items is very similar to that of a vehicle wrap, or any other wrap. There are 3 basic steps to wrapping any item:
DESIGN – the first thing that needs to be done is a design concept, followed by building the art files with will be used to print or produce the final design. Designs for most wraps can include graphics, photos, text and logos.
PRODUCTION – this phase may include large format digital printing, laminating and/or machine-cutting vinyl on a plotter depending on the design and how the wrap is going to be installed and on what type of surface. Photos and graphics that include several colors or gradient designs will be digitally printed and them laminated to protect them against minor scratching and UV fading.
INSTALLATION – during this phase your adhesive-backed vinyl is expertly applied to your car, tray, or other speciality item. The difficulty and complexity of the item to be wrapped depends on the size and shape of the item. The easiest installations are on large, flat surfaces, such as walls and box trucks. The smaller the item is, or items with lots of curves and angles are much more difficult. But no matter how difficult, we can do it – from accordions and violins to mailboxes and library bins – there’s not much we can’t wrap!