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24 • WRAPS • 2 0 2 2 G R A PH I C S - PR O.C O M look easy, but if you are in the indus- try, you know it's not." The project took several months from start to nish. There was a long pause as the project went on hold af- ter the rst round of proofs. Some of the issues Katazoom faces are ina- tion of material costs and supply chain delays. Another hold-up was going through school district stakeholders. The company had to persist and of- fer multiple design iterations to move things along. "We used to be able to get a roll of vi- nyl and laminate next day. Now, we are having to purchase and inventory 7-10 rolls while trying to predict when they will arrive," Long reveals. "Sometimes the turnaround is ve-plus weeks." Thankfully, Katazoom was still able to get it done. To ensure the wrap looked good and that it'd stay on the vehicle, the company needed to have the right products to do this. The busi- ness used an HP 350 printer, a GFP 54" laminator, and a Graphtec plotter. For the materials, they used Briteline WrapCast with matching overlami- nate for the body and ClassicVue Perf 60/40 with matching laminate for the windows. A closer look at the wrapped vehicle with job details and contact info. front-facing view of the finished vehicle t's the transportation director's dail driver

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