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2 minutes ago, sorinnn1 said:

Hello 

Any software to pre-cut ppf for navigation screens, climate control. 

I want just the software to cut my own ppf. 

Much thanks, 

Sorin

 

You probably won't find those patters because PPF is not designed for that type of install.  The adhesive is not designed to work with a screen and will most likely destroy the screen if ever removed.  If the adhesive were to cure wrong or if the piece needed to be fixed, it could not be removed without destroying the screen.   Most climate controls are also not glass, but a plastic of some sort and PPF adhesive does not do well with plastic at all.  This is not a recommended install in my opinion.  

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Just now, Bham said:

 

You probably won't find those patters because PPF is not designed for that type of install.  The adhesive is not designed to work with a screen and will most likely destroy the screen if ever removed.  If the adhesive were to cure wrong or if the piece needed to be fixed, it could not be removed without destroying the screen.   Most climate controls are also not glass, but a plastic of some sort and PPF adhesive does not do well with plastic at all.  This is not a recommended install in my opinion.  

Thank you for your fast reply. 
I see something on the xpel website, his software DAP have this patterns, just mailed and waiting the reply. 

 

 

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Just know that PPF adhesive, just like window tint adhesive does not cure properly or work well with plastic.  

 

PPF on paint is different which is why you see it for interior parts. Parts that are painted.  Clear screen covers such as heads up displays (HUD) and climate controls are a big no if they are not truly glass.  Most in dash HUD are not.  

 

PPF will adhere properly to glass, painted metal and non porous stone. 

Clarity on glass is questionable, of course. 

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Just now, Bham said:

Just know that PPF adhesive, just like window tint adhesive does not cure properly or work well with plastic.  

 

PPF on paint is different which is why you see it for interior parts. Parts that are painted.  Clear screen covers such as heads up displays (HUD) and climate controls are a big no if they are not truly glass.  Most in dash HUD are not.  

 

PPF will adhere properly to glass, paint, and non porous stone. 

Understand this, if its not the ppf, it can be tempered glass. Do you know any software to have patterns for screens, climate and interior trim?

 

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22 minutes ago, sorinnn1 said:

Understand this, if its not the ppf, it can be tempered glass. Do you know any software to have patterns for screens, climate and interior trim?

 

 

Not at the moment.  Sorry. 

 

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On 9/9/2021 at 11:09 AM, sorinnn1 said:

Understand this, if its not the ppf, it can be tempered glass. Do you know any software to have patterns for screens, climate and interior trim?

 

 

XPEL's Design Access Program has patterns for PPF interior kits which include screen coverage.  The software also allows you to create custom sized rectangles with radiused corners to create your own screen kits.  We have customers preloading this on thousands of cars a year at dealerships.

 

If you reached out to XPEL, you should hear back from a sales rep soon.

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Just now, XPEL Jeff said:

 

XPEL's Design Access Program has patterns for PPF interior kits which include screen coverage.  The software also allows you to create custom sized rectangles with radiused corners to create your own screen kits.  We have customers preloading this on thousands of cars a year at dealerships.

 

If you reached out to XPEL, you should hear back from a sales rep soon.

Thank you Jeff! 

It is possible to pay just for the software without buying ppf from XPEL ? 

Im not in US btw. 

 

Thanks!

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