Wrap One

Wrap One or Wrap ‘em All: Vehicle Graphics Shop Specializes in Made-to-Order Success

Wrap One   |   Anaheim, Calif.

Wrap One in Anaheim, California started back in 2006 with a simple request. A client asked Alex Perez if his sign shop could put large graphics on a vehicle. Alex said yes, and soon his clients began asking if he could cover an entire car. “We knew we were on to something,” said Perez. 

Now, Wrap One operates with a crew of seven in a 2,500-square-foot facility. They focus on wrapping fleets, food trucks and service vehicles, wrapping anywhere from one to 35 vehicles per project.  

To handle all of their graphics printing, Perez chose Roland DG’s wide-format digital printing equipment for its quality and reliability – first purchasing a Roland DG SOLJET XC-540, and later down the line a Pro 4 XR-640 64-inch SOLJET. “Our SOLJET printer/cutters are true workhorses –they’re still going strong after all these years,” he said.

“When I work with my Roland DGs, I think to myself, ‘This is how it should be.’ ”

The quality of Wrap One’s design and production work has earned them several high-profile clients. Each year they wrap the pace cars, walls and pillars for the Fontana Speedway. They also wrap vehicles for Disney. In addition, they wrap service and parking lot vehicles for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim as well as new SUVs given to out to the players.  

Wrap One was also featured on the History Channel’s Modern Marvels – designing, printing and installing a colorful wrap for a Macaroni & Cheese food truck. 

To keep its quality consistent, Wrap One relies exclusively on Roland DG inks. “We tried the other third-party stuff early on, but the quality wasn’t good,” he said. “Now we use Roland DG inks and everybody sleeps at night.”

Perez also appreciates the low maintenance and ease of use of his Roland DG equipment.  “I’ve had other printers that required 30-40 minutes to warm up,” said Perez.  “When I work with my Roland DGs, I think to myself, ‘This is how it should be.’”