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2 0 2 1 • WRAPS • 35 G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M for business. Set yourself up for success. Be sure to have your team make very ac- curate detailed proofs. These will be your roadmap to success. We always recom- mend printing out physical samples for the client to approve before beginning to print the entire project. These are usu- ally very large projects and the last thing you want to do is reprint the entire job. During the print production stage, many things can go wrong. It helps to make sure your printers are well maintained, and of course it always helps to have a clean, organized, well-lit shop. Be ex- tremely detail oriented. You have put so much time, effort, and energy into this project already, you don't want to make mistakes in the manufacturing process. For example, make sure that color is matching up from panel to panel, your rolls are clearly labeled, and rolled up properly for your installers to have a fast, smooth installation. The easier you make it for your installers, the happier they will be and your chances for a perfect instal- lation increase. SHOW IT OFF Finally, take high-quality photos. If you want more of these projects, the best way to sell them is to show that you have experience in this area and that you can be trusted with this size/type of instal- lation. There are a lot of moving pieces to projects like these, and your client is putting a great deal of condence and faith in your ability to execute. At the end of the day, it is about putting your reputation on the line and exceeding expectations. HG 530-A: Compact, lightweight and affordable heat gun for car wrapping professionals. HG 530-A Car Wrapping Kit new product

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