VINYL GRAPHICS

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HOOD GRAPHICS
RACING STRIPES
TRIBAL GRAPHICS
FLAME GRAPHICS
 

LOGO DECALS

PERFORMANCE LOGOS
AUTOMOTIVE LOGOS
CAR AUDIO LOGOS
MOTORCYCLE LOGOS
HUGE DECAL KITS
ROLL CALL LOGO KITS
 

UNCUT SHEETS

CARBON FIBER I
CARBON FIBER II
CARBON FIBER III
COLORED SHEETS
ETCHED GLASS SHEETS
PAINT PROTECTION FILM
CLEAR BRA
 

WINDSHIELD

SUN VISOR STRIPS
1-COLOR TEXT
2-COLOR TEXT
VISOR STRIP AND TEXT
SEE MORE STYLES
 

MORE DECALS

FUNNY DECALS
RANDOM DECALS
DRIFT / RALLY / RACING
CUSTOM DECALS
 

HEAD/TAIL LIGHT TINT

SMOKE TINT
HYPER BLUE TINT
YELLOW TINT
RED TINT
PURPLE TINT
 

BANNERS

CUSTOM BANNERS
 

APPAREL

T-SHIRTS
HOODED PULLOVERS
FITTED HATS
CUSTOM APPAREL
DECAL PRODUCTION
Many wonder how a die-cut decal is made. Here is where we'll show you the process involved in making a decal.


First, the design is created out on the computer using
software which controls the vinyl cutter.

Next, the software sends the design to the cutter.
The cutter uses a very small blade the looks like a miniature exacto knife to cut the vinyl as it is
fed back and forth through the cutter from a large roll.

After the cutter has completed, the vinyl is then cut from
the roll on the machine. It is then taken to a table where the
weeding and transferring processes will be done. 


The picture above shows the most time consuming part of creating a decal. The scrap vinyl is removed by hand
leaving only the wanted vinyl pieces behind.


Here are the decals after completing the weeding process.
Next they will have transfer tape applied and then cut out individually.

 

Here is a video of a decal being made.

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