TAFE NSW students wrap for charity

Tafe NSW South Sign Industry training section students got a chance to use their new found vinyl and wrapping skills for Rotary Club of Wollongong and the local PCYC club on a Toyota Hi Ace minibus.

The PCYC bus is used by a local charity organisation, and with the assistance of Tafe NSW Sign students, the bus was digitally printed at the Tafe and wrapped.

NSW PCYC says “We are excited to receive the new digitally printed and wrapped bus and are appreciative of all the students’ work and skills that went in producing this.”

The Tafe students printed the graphics on the digital wide format systems at the college, and wrapped the minibus themselves.

Tasmanian students learning from NSW Tafe teachers also recently tried their hand at wrapping, handling a carbon fibre wrap for a Mercedes two-door sedan.

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