Main Processes and Procedures for Applying Car Decals

The main processes of business vehicle wraps

Cutting technology:

This refers to the computer inputting vector graphics into the cutting machine, which then cuts the adhesive film into the preset shape, and then manually assembles different colors to create the final business vehicle wrap. A transparent transfer film is then applied to the surface of the finished product, which is then removed after the sticker is attached to the car. Due to the complex production process and high material costs, cutting technology is only suitable for small-scale customization of individual cars and car enthusiasts’ teams.

Printing, spraying, photography, silk screen printing, and other technologies:

This refers to the computer inputting vector or pixel images into the machine, which then uses inkjet or silk screen technology to print silk screen colors onto transparent or white substrates, and then cuts them along the edges of the pattern. Most manufacturing companies (such as motorcycles, electric bicycles, etc.) use silk screen printing technology for batch production of stickers.

Metalworking and other technologies:

Metalworking involves using machines to press aluminum plates and other metal sheets, creating concave and convex surfaces, and then using metal baking paint to create colors. Finally, polishing, brushing, and other techniques are utilized to produce decals (logo stickers). Due to the limited size of metal stickers, they are only used for small-scale logo business vehicle wraps.

The process of business vehicle wraps

  1. Choose the film and make a small sample. Choose the car film you need and make a small sample to help you make a better choice.

  2. External cleaning: Clean the bottom and outline of the car body surface with a high-pressure water gun, and then use a fully automatic computer to clean it. Move clockwise along the car, ensuring every outer surface of the glass is well-cleaned and that potential dust is kept to a minimum.

  3. Enter the dust-free film-sticking workshop:

  4. Check the car condition: Inspect the vehicle to help you better understand its specific condition.

  5. Dust reduction: The workshop uses a six-pillar sprinkler to reduce dust to a minimum.

  6. Protection: Use towels to cover the inside of the car to prevent water from entering the dashboard, and do the same outside to prevent scratches.

  7. Cutting: First, cut and trim the business vehicle wrap window film and install all side window glass, then install the rear window glass. Theoretically, installing from easiest to hardest is the best installation sequence. A small amount of window film installation liquid is sprayed onto the outer surface of the window glass. Cover the window film on top of it, peel the film outward, carefully slide it into position, and start trimming the size of the window film along the edges.

  8. Window film laying:

    Side window glass:

    With the protective film peeled off and the installation liquid sprayed onto the bonding layer of the glass and window film, the business vehicle wrap window film can now be slid into place.

    Rear window glass:

  • External film baking: Use a portable heat gun to accurately shrink and shape the window film on the composite curve of most car windows;

  • Trimming: Trim the film to fit the glass;

  • Internal construction: All edges must be sealed to prevent air, moisture, and dust from entering the bottom of the window film during the curing process;

  • Quality inspection.

  

   9. Final cleaning: After the installation work is complete, carefully clean all window glass surfaces (inside and outside), removing streaks and stains to give the entire car a shiny appearance. After wiping the car clean, take it outside for a final visual inspection.

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