Posts Tagged ‘tutorial’

Video: Wrap Your Refridgerator in 3M Carbon Fiber DI-NOC Vinyl

We love to see 3M’s DI-NOC carbon fiber vinyl being used outside of just the automotive world. Things like prototyping, architectural design, technology, refinishing products, and more. The applications for the vinyl are literally unlimited. In the below video we guide you through the steps to wrap a refridgerator in the vinyl, giving it a completely different look than before. While the fridge we used already looked new, imagine taking one that is starting to look outdated, but works just fine. Using the vinyl, you can give it life once again and save money while giving it an updated look.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nIf you have anything unique that you’ve used 3M’s DI-NOC for, let us know!  We’re always looking for the latest and greatest uses.

Video: How To Splice and Extend DI-NOC To Make It Wider

One of the complaints we’ve had with the 3M DI-NOC is that it only comes in a maximum width of 48 inces, or 4 feet. While it’s not possible to get wider material, there is a method called splicing which you can use to connect two pieces together while minimizing the seam in-between. In the below video we show you how best to use this method, as it’s very simple to do:\r\n\r\n

Video: How To Wrap Your Light Switch Plates With 3M’s Carbon Fiber Vinyl

One of the first projects we did with 3M’s carbon fiber DI-NOC material was cover our light switch plates.  It’s a simple part to wrap, it’s good practice, it doesn’t take very much material, and it looks amazing:\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nWe’ve seen a few of our customers do the same thing, so to help you guys out we’ve created a little video which shows you how we installed it:\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nHere’s a couple pictures so you can see how it turned out:\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nIf you have any questions, don’t hesitate to post in the comments or get in touch with us.