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William Smith introduces 3M’s New Print Wrap Film

William Smith introduces 3M’s New Print Wrap Film
William Smith Group 1832 has announced the introduction of the new 3M Print Wrap Film IJ280, the natural successor to the popular IJ180 and another example of 3M’s commitment to innovation within the vehicle wrapping sector.

With its newly designed face film, adhesive, air-release pattern, and liner, IJ280 also facilitates even speedier installation than previously, with tests proving that it is 20 percent faster to install than other leading digital print cast films currently used for fleet wrapping purposes. Further, its excellent conformability enables users, regardless of their skill levels, to cover even the deepest recesses and compound curves using only the minimum amount of heat and pressure.

IJ280 offers a wide array of other new and improved features too, including fantastic repositionability and slideability, improved print quality, and the new Comply air release v4, which is designed to allow maximum airflow through a randomised pattern, thus guaranteeing a smooth finish every time.

In addition, when paired with Gloss Wrap Overlaminate 8428G, IJ280 also offers a ‘wet paint’ gloss finish, enhanced UV durability, and faster outgassing.

3M guarantees eight years vertical durability when this product is used in the UK.

Chris Bradley, Head of Marketing at William Smith, commented: “It’s fascinating to witness 3M’s continued innovation with each new product. It always brings something new to the table. IJ280 has the potential to be a real game-changer and we’re confident that once our customers get their hands on it, they’ll see exactly what we mean. We think they’ll love it!”

3M Print Wrap Film IJ280 with Gloss Wrap Overlaminate 8428G are available to order now from William Smith.

For further information, telephone 01833 690305 or e-mail info@williamsmith.co.uk

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