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Now Available from CAMOCLAD…A-TACS AU and FG Camo Kits for Large-Scale Vehicle Applications

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CAMOCLAD in conjunction with Digital Concealment Systems has introduced a full line of options for large-scale vehicle and other applications available in both A-TACS AU and A-TACS FG Camo. Both patterns are now available through their entire product line including their newest innovation, CAMOCLAD Engineered Vehicle Graphic Kits. Pre-engineered kits designed and cast to fit specific vehicles.

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“Cast vinyl provides better print quality and materials free of edge lifting, peeling, cracking and pulling away,” says Joe Warner, inventor, founder and president of CAMOCLAD “Both, the do-it-yourselfer and professional graphics installer will quickly realize the many benefits of our high performance Vinyl Graphic Kits.”

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CAMOCLAD Concealment Systems manufactures solutions to effectively conceal a wide variety of military and tactical weapons and hardware from Tanks, Jeeps, Transport Vehicles, Watercraft, Command and Control Modules to Firearms, Spotting Scopes and everything in between. CAMOCLAD is waterproof, weather proof, scratch resistant and designed to perform in temperatures ranging from -65 to +225 degrees. These kits have been specially developed and are offered on a super matte vinyl substrate to minimize sheen and flare in harsh outdoor lighting conditions. Additionally, Both A-TACS Camo patterns have been specially developed and scaled appropriately to fit larger scale vehicles with a repeat size more than double most other patterns on the market. This minimizes the “step and repeat” effect common with large scale pattern applications.

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One Response to “Now Available from CAMOCLAD…A-TACS AU and FG Camo Kits for Large-Scale Vehicle Applications”

  1. m5 says:

    Specific military vehicles often have their own camouflage paint schemes for a reason. It seems that A-TACS has missed this, even though the kits are customized (pre-cut) to fit specific vehicles. There seems to be no effort made to break the tell-tale outlines of the wheels and the windows by the pattern next to them.

    Moreover. Even though the pattern is re-scaled for vehicles, the macro-pattern appears pretty small-in-scale compared to what is typically used in ground vehicle camouflage (ie, pattern size vs. the typical observation distances where the camo makes a difference.)