I found some videos from 3M: 3M US: Graphic Solutions: DI-NOC? Architectural Finishes: Installation Videos
Yes - following Super Moderator Sam's advice to search "3M Di-NOC Dry Carbon Fiber vinyl" (in post #10 of this thread) you will come up with dozens of sites - most also include videos showing the application of this vinyl. Thanks Sam! I'm having a ball perusing all those excellent websites! MJ5150 - thanks also for your link! mike
Oh wow just saw a video and it's actually not too bad. A little time consuming but with patience it seems pretty doable. Is it permanent after putting it on though? Like if I mess up on something am I SOL? Also to get a really good application wouldn't it be better to disassemble the droid? Assuming you didn't disassemble it for you application of couse.
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Its not the wrap that's damaging, its the fact you have to cut and trim with a razor! So no you can't just rip it off and act like it was never there.
I've had a lot of experience with stickers and decals over the years and this is by no means a beginners job! It took me 45mins. And yes if I take the wrap off there will be signs of a razor! So "BEWARE "
Think I'm going to order a small sheet and 'skin' my Seidio case Will give the look with that added bonus of the extra size and weight (which I like). Not to mention should be easier to not screw up. Worse case I'm out a case, no biggie (I want the blue one anyway, lol).
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