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Avail 50% OFF on Skin Mockups, Video Tutorials & Graphics | Code: “SAVE50”. iPhone 14 CutFiles Now Available!
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SKU VR-CF-3801 Acc-V1

DJI FPV Skin Template Vector 2021

Original price $59.00
Original price $39.00 - Original price $59.00
Original price $59.00
Current price $39.00
$22.00 - $39.00
Current price $39.00
Skin Coverage: Drone- Controller V2

Downloadable DJI FPV Drone and Remote Controller 2 Release 2021 Model FC7BGC skin cut template for vinyl cutting on various cutters. Maximum coverage provided; buttons are easily accessible. The cut ensures smooth and easy skin application, especially at rounded curves.

Coverage

(a) Drone & Controller V2 - Drone Main Body (Top, Bottom), Legs, Propellers, Remote Controller 2 with Full Wrap and Less Coverage versions.

(b) DJI FPV Goggles V2: Full Wrap and Simplified Coverage

Note: The download link would be emailed to verified business profiles only, other orders would be canceled.

Please email us your Skin wrap website, social profile, marketplace listing URLs to validate business with your order number in order to get templates at support@vecras.com

Quality

  • Tested this Cutline on the original device using high-quality vinyl materials like 3M Di-Noc, 3M 1080, Avery Dennison, etc.
  • Designed with great attention to achieve the highest precision even at small holes, camera cut, sim-tray, etc.
  • Maximum possible coverage for full wrap versions and minimal anchor points for perfect cut and finish.

Compatibility

  • Available in Ai, CDR, EPS, DXF, SVG, PLT file formats.
  • Compatible with all popular vinyl plotters/cutters (Graphtec, Silhouette Cameo 3, Roland, Summa, Cricut, Mimaki, etc.)

VecRas holds all the copyrights. Our digital files can be used for creating unlimited physical products. However, selling or distributing our digital content on any site for any purpose is strictly prohibited, even if modifications have been done, and will result in infringement of our legal rights granted under Section 51(b) of the Copyright Act, 1957.