Racewraps is an independent design studio that works with the best printers and fitters in the country to get your vehicle wrap job completed.   Due to this we are not tied down to using just one franchise but will always manage to get the most competitive price at the highest quality depending on your location and the job in hand.

With each wrap project and every client having their own specific requirements, the correct materials need to be selected to guarantee a successful wrap.  We only deal with the main material manufacturers, and thoroughly test new materials before entering them onto our specified list. We currently use wrap films and high performance self-adhesive materials produced by 3M, Avery Dennison, Mactac, KPMF and Metamark.

Each supplier offers products to suit varying applications, including:

Durability - From one year to ten years
Easy Remove - Either permanent or removable adhesives
Conformability - High performance wrap films that will cover every contour of a vehicle
Printable - Materials that accept various print methods
Laminates - When extra protection is required, matched laminates are essential

Print Method
Digital print technology is quickly overtaking traditional screen and litho print methods as the preferred production method for durable vehicle graphics. One off's and shorts runs can be produced economically and quickly, and the size of a graphic is limited only to your imagination.

The final ingredient in the production of successful vehicle wrapping and high demand vehicle branding is the application of the graphics. This is when training and experience is essential, and where all the planning and careful printing and production of the vehicle's graphics for a great final result. It is essential that the application of graphics takes place under the correct conditions, and all necessary facilities are available, including a dry, warm location with power and lighting. The vehicle needs to be suitably prepared, and thought given to the best course of action. The personnel need to be fully conversant with the skills required to carry out a successful wrap.