Turn your van into a moving billboard!

Print Supplies Australia is a company that offers van wrap services, using a specialist design program and high-quality materials to create custom, full-color digitally printed graphics. Van wraps can give your vehicle a unique look and also protect the factory paint job. PSA has over 10 years of experience in wrapping vehicles of all kinds and can provide graphics to meet a variety of budgets. Their consultants can help you get the most impact for your money.

What is the benefits of a van wrap?

There are several benefits to using van wraps:

  1. Advertising: Van wraps are an effective form of mobile advertising that allows you to reach a wide audience in a variety of locations. They are especially useful for businesses that do a lot of driving, such as delivery companies or mobile service providers.
  2. Branding: Van wraps can help to build brand awareness and establish your company’s identity. By using a consistent color scheme and design elements, you can create a cohesive and professional look for your business.
  3. Protection: Van wraps can serve as a protective layer for your vehicle’s paint job. They can help to shield the paint from chips, scratches, and other types of damage that can occur during normal use.
  4. Customization: Van wraps allow you to customize your vehicle and make it stand out. You can choose from a wide range of colors and designs to create a look that is unique and reflects your personal style.
  5. Cost-effectiveness: Van wraps can be a more cost-effective alternative to a traditional paint job. They allow you to change the look of your vehicle without the expense and hassle of repainting it.
  6. Removability: Van wraps can be easily removed without damaging the vehicle’s paint job, making them a convenient and flexible option for businesses that may want to change their branding or design in the future.

How do we print a full van wrap?

At Print Supplies Australia, we pride ourselves on our cutting-edge technology and superior materials. We only use the best vinyls on the market, including industry leaders Avery, 3M, and Arlon, to produce eye-catching and durable vehicle graphics that are built to last. Our team of experts are skilled applicators, who undergone professional training to ensure that your wrap is not only visually stunning, but also applied to the highest standards. We also apply a UV over-laminate on all our graphics, providing an extra layer of protection against harmful UV rays, harsh weather conditions, and everyday wear and tear. So when you choose Print Supplies Australia, you can be confident that your vehicle’s graphics will maintain their brilliance for years to come.

What is a full van wrap?

A full van wrap is a large vinyl graphic that covers the entire exterior surface of a van. The wrap is custom-designed and printed to fit the specific dimensions of the van, and is usually made from a durable, high-quality vinyl material. Full van wraps can be used for a variety of purposes, including advertising, branding, and customization. They are typically applied by professional installers, who carefully position the wrap and smooth out any wrinkles or bubbles to ensure a seamless finish. A full van wrap can be a cost-effective and impactful way to transform the look of your vehicle and make it stand out on the road.

What is a partial van wrap?

A partial wrap is a vinyl graphic that covers only a portion of a vehicle’s exterior surface, rather than the entire surface. Partial wraps are typically used to highlight specific areas of the vehicle, such as the hood, the sides, or the rear. They can be a more cost-effective alternative to a full wrap, and are often used for advertising or branding purposes. Like full wraps, partial wraps are custom-designed and printed to fit the specific dimensions of the vehicle, and are usually made from high-quality vinyl materials. They are typically applied by professional installers, who carefully position the wrap and smooth out any wrinkles or bubbles to ensure a seamless finish.

How long does a van wrap last?

The lifespan of a van wrap depends on a variety of factors, including the quality of the vinyl material, the printing process, and the care and maintenance of the wrap. In general, van wraps can last anywhere from 3 to 5 years, although some high-quality wraps may last longer. Factors that can affect the lifespan of a van wrap include:

1. Climate: Extreme temperatures and harsh weather conditions can cause a wrap to wear out more quickly.

2. Care and maintenance: Proper care and maintenance, such as regularly washing and waxing the wrap, can help to extend it’s lifespan.

3. Handling: Handling the wrap gently and avoiding activities that could cause damage, such as scraping it with sharp objects or using harsh cleaning chemicals, can help to preserve its longevity.

4. Quality of the wrap: Higher-quality wraps tend to last longer than lower-quality wraps, so it’s worth investing in a good-quality wrap if you want it to last for a longer period of time.

In general, it’s a good idea to budget for a new wrap every 3-5 years, depending on the specific circumstances of your vehicle and the wrap itself.  

What is the process of printing and installing a full van wrap?

The process of printing and installing a full van wrap typically involves the following steps:  

1. Design: The first step is to create a design for the wrap. This may involve working with a graphic designer to create custom artwork, or using pre-existing designs provided by the client.  

2. Printing: Once the design is complete, the graphics are printed on large format printers using high-quality vinyl material. The printing process is done in a controlled environment to ensure accurate colors and sharp details.  

3. Lamination: After printing, the vinyl graphics are then laminated with a UV over-laminate to protect the film from UV rays, weather, and wear and tear.  

4. Preparation of the vehicle: Before applying the wrap, the surface of the van is thoroughly cleaned and prepped to ensure proper adhesion.  

5. Installation: With a team of skilled applicators, the wrap is then installed onto the vehicle. This process involves cutting the graphic into sections, removing the backing paper, and carefully positioning the graphic on the van. The graphic is then smoothed out and applied to the surface of the vehicle, and then the edges are trimmed as necessary.  

6. Quality Control: Finally, a thorough quality control check is conducted to ensure that the wrap has been installed correctly and that the graphics are properly aligned, with no wrinkles or bubbles.  

7. Delivery: The vehicle is ready to be delivered to the client, the client has to be very careful the first few days after the wrapping with the vehicle, and no wash or scratching the vehicle in that period