The expansion of a color portfolio can ignite creativity and kindle the inspiration behind exceptional wrap designs. 3M is committed to offering graphics installers the best products possible, and has thoughtfully developed ten brand new colors to join its popular, ever-evolving 3M™ Wrap Film Series 1080 family. The collection of new shades will usher in a new wave of innovative wraps by refreshing a shop’s repertoire with eye-catching finishes in reds, purples, holographic hues and more.
These dynamic additions to Wrap Film Series 1080 increase the design potential that installers can explore, and come available in gloss, satin and color-flip finishes. The new class of colors includes: Satin Thundercloud, Satin Vampire Red, Satin Caramel Luster, Gloss Lipstick Red, Gloss Black Cherry, Gloss Wicked and Gloss Plum Explosion. The trio of new color-flip options – Gloss Flip Deep Space, Satin Flip Volcanic Flare and Gloss Flip Psychedelic – invoke cosmic depth and prismatic gleams, perfect for adding a unique and individual touch to any project.
“The latest color additions to Wrap Film Series 1080 continue to increase the design possibilities for vehicle wraps. At 3M, we are committed to developing diverse, high-quality films that not only inspire graphics installers, but appeal to their customers as well,” said Janelle Pizzi, product marketer, 3M. “We’re especially excited to launch three additional color-flip films after the positive response the original trio received. These unique films add versatility and a unique aesthetic to any shop’s inventory, and we’re thrilled to see them in action.”
This expansion of the 3M Wrap Film Series 1080 line brings its color total to 98 options. Made in 60” wide rolls so installers can easily cover vehicle sections without seams, Wrap Film Series 1080 is backed by the 3M™ MCS™ Warranty, providing installers confidence that the films will last and live up to their guarantees.
3M recently implemented a new design on the back of the liner for Wrap Film Series 1080 products. An arrow emblem has been added next to the 3M logo indicating web directionality. These arrows will assist installers with keeping films oriented correctly for a consistent install.