3M Announces First Mobile Training Vehicle and Tour

Offers hands-on training to graphics installers close to home.
3M Mobile Training Vehicle

3M Commercial Solutions (St. Paul, MN) announced the latest training center to increase expertise and precision across the graphics industry: the 3M Mobile Training Vehicle. This state-of-the-art Mobile Training Vehicle delivers hands-on installer training to central locations in towns across the country. It extends the current 3M training capabilities even further, making quality education more accessible. The goal is to help more installers develop the skills and the confidence they need to bolster their reputations and grow their businesses.

The training vehicle is a 40-ft. mobile application center fully equipped to provide training on the application of graphics and architectural films. Participants can expect to learn up-to-date and relevant installation techniques, industry best practices and 3M specific solutions.

"The 3M Mobile Training Vehicle is equipped with different application surfaces for students to work with, including partial vehicles for commercial applications, a variety of wall types, fleet panels, floors, windows for glass applications, a classroom and more. Trainees will have the opportunity to practice with 3M products such as 3M™ Print Wrap Films, 3M™ Wrap Film Series 1080, 3M™ Knifeless Tapes, 3M™ DI-NOC™ Finishes and 3M™ Fasara™ Glass Finishes,” said Beau Hommes, 3M Application Development Engineer. “The training also offers the attendees an opportunity to utilize industry relevant tools to make their installations more successful.”

To learn more about the 3M Mobile Training Vehicle, visit 3M.com/InstallationPrograms.

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