The advanced class for the December Mutoh School of Wrap workshop was a true pleasure to teach. All the students had taken the 2-day Basic/Intermediate workshop so we could really build on my Universal Graphic Installation System. I was truly amazed at quickly the students picked up all the tips and tricks, especially when we got to bumpers and doorhandles. The students really understood the concept that with a fluid system wrapping a bumper is no different than wrapping a hood. Sometimes I felt like Yoda but they understood that with sound technique and the right approach all vehicles become the same which leads to high standards of quality, durability and efficiency.
I think one big factor that helped the learning process was the Avery 1005 Supercast with 1360 1.3mm overlam. The low tack and supreme flexibility of the Supercast really gives installers a sense of confidence and flow. Over the course of 3 days the students plowed through 150 yards of film, by far the most for a School of Wrap workshop. This is a testament to how hard the students worked. Thanks to everyone at Mutoh for all their help and for a great 2010 School of Wrap. I’m really looking forward to next year which will have more dates.