Season 1: Episode 5
Ford F-150 Vehicle Graphics Installation

Ford F-150 Vehicle Graphics Installation

Chris Duke from Motorz TV shows you how vinyl vehicle graphics are made, and the tips and tricks to making sure the installation of your decal graphics kit goes smoothly.

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17 Responses to “Ford F-150 Vehicle Graphics Installation”

  1. MeanStang08 Says:

    great instructional show – thanks!

  2. MeanStang08 Says:

    great instructional show – thanks!

  3. dextercf Says:

    Where do you get those knifes talk about around 3:30? Friend of mine got a vinylshop and never saw one of those.. Please respond!

  4. dextercf Says:

    Where do you get those knifes talk about around 3:30? Friend of mine got a vinylshop and never saw one of those.. Please respond!

  5. dextercf Says:

    Where do you get those knifes talk about around 3:30?Friend of mine got a vinylshop and never saw one of those..Please respond!

  6. dextercf Says:

    Where do you get those knifes talk about around 3:30?Friend of mine got a vinylshop and never saw one of those..Please respond!

  7. motorztv Says:

    It’s a product Scotch called “3M Scotch Paper Cutter” and it’s typically sold for the purpose of cutting gift wrap, but it works great in a vinyl shop. CostCo frequently sells them in a pack where you can get several on the cheap.

  8. motorztv Says:

    It’s a product Scotch called “3M Scotch Paper Cutter” and it’s typically sold for the purpose of cutting gift wrap, but it works great in a vinyl shop. CostCo frequently sells them in a pack where you can get several on the cheap.

  9. buccaneersboy39 Says:

    i do this is my graphics class…very easy once you get a hang of it

  10. buccaneersboy39 Says:

    i do this is my graphics class…very easy once you get a hang of it

  11. buccaneersboy39 Says:

    i do this is my graphics class…very easy once you get a hang of it

  12. MattGibbons1998 Says:

    What ‘plotter’ are you using and what software

  13. Matt Gibbons Says:

    What ‘plotter’ are you using and what software

  14. motorztv Says:

    @MattGibbons1998 That was a Bobcat using LXi Apprentice, however we now have a Graphtech CE5000 and use Mac Adobe Illustrator for output.

  15. motorztv Says:

    That was a Bobcat using LXi Apprentice, however we now have a Graphtech CE5000 and use Mac Adobe Illustrator for output.

  16. Matt Gibbons Says:

    What ‘plotter’ are you using and what software

  17. motorztv Says:

    That was a Bobcat using LXi Apprentice, however we now have a Graphtech CE5000 and use Mac Adobe Illustrator for output.

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