3M introduces latest hi-tech vinyl wrap materials

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3M has announced the launch of its ‘IJ180mC-10’ print wrap film. Featuring ‘Comply Adhesive’ with micro technology, the 3M IJ180mC films aid the installation process, and provide even more design options.

3M states that its IJ180mC-10 provides customers with a ‘go-to film’ that covers all the bases of application needs. With advanced slideability and initial tack optimised for wraps, installers will be able to move the film effortlessly across any application surface and expertly reposition the product to the perfect location after first contact. Along with an improved liner release, IJ180mC-10 also provides a non-visible comply pattern to ensure a smooth, bubble-free finish to a completed wrap.

“With the resoundingly positive response we’ve received from graphics installers regarding Comply Adhesive with micro technology, we knew the next step would be to incorporate the innovation into our IJ180 line,” said Tanu Gupta, digital products manager, Western Europe, 3M Commercial Solutions Division. “Offering incredible installation features and diverse application and design benefits, IJ180mC provides wrap shops and installers with a product that is fine tuned for wraps, regardless of the project type.”

The launch of 3M Print Wrap Film IJ180mC-10 also includes the introduction of clear and metallic options – 3M Print Wrap Film IJ180mC-114 and 3M Print Wrap Film IJ180mC-120. These additions bolster the versatility of the IJ180mC family, offering wrap shops the ability to craft never been done before wraps with the clear IJ180mC-114, and shimmering accents and bold statements with the metallic IJ180mC-120.

3M Print Wrap Film IJ180mC films are available in 48″, 54″ and 60″-wide rolls, so wrappers can easily cover vehicle sections without seams. 

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