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Hey guys, I am a graphics guy, no tinting experience at all. But I figured if anyone could help me, it would be you guys. I am in desperate need of a scaled, precise rear quarter panel window drawing (.ai, .eps, .svg... anything I can use in Illustrator). I have a customer who wants me to design him a custom vinyl graphic for their 2020 4Runner rear qtr-panel windows and I need some sort of scaled drawing that I can work off in Illustrator and then send to my Graphtec Plotter. I would normally just cut them bigger then I need them, but my customer is in a different state so I have to make it as precise as possible. I have been researching online to find such a drawing with no luck. But I did stumble upon tinting software databases that have precise drawings. I just don't want to plunk down $1400 for Tinttek software for one piece of glass!! Is there anyone here who has access to a database like Tinttek that would be willing to send me that window drawing? If all else fails, Im going to have to head down to my local Toyota dealer and physically measure a window, or take a picture and scale it... but Ive never really had luck doing that. I appreciate any help/advice I receive and thank you for your time.
Hey every one lately we’ve been having an issue with windshield tint getting scratched before install while shrinking the windshield. I.E. 2019 f250 with 350 mile windshield is power washed, soaped and washed off then wiped down and squeegeed. There is a scratch on the inside of tint once installed even when we didn’t squeegee vertically installing it. any help would be appreciated! Johnson marathon and IR film
Hey guys I'm new to tinting and tinting on Monday. Aside from the spray bottle and solution, can you give me a list of the tools you'd recommend with links to buy them so I know to get the right ones for sure?? I'm just going to be doing the back two windows of a 2001 Acura CL coupe. Thanks! (I provided the pic to show you what the back two windows look like)