Axiom Armor is a way to put a wrap on your phone. Whether screen protector, or full phone wrap, this tool will cut a protector for many different devices. Phones, camera screens, game systems, and much more.
How Axiom Armor Works
The unit is a simple cutting tool – no bigger than a desktop printer – that will precision cut the material to the device’s dimensions. It will cut out screen protectors of all major brands, back skins (and sides). Armour can even cut smaller from dimension if the device will be put into a case.
Three film options; ScreenFilm – a classic screen protector, Liquid Glass – to protect from the elements, and Anti-Microbe ScreenFilm – to protect you from harmful bacteria developing on the surface.
Cutting and Installation Process
Each screen protector takes only a few seconds to cut. The best part – installation process is water-less: no spraying the glass down (like with other methods).
Simply clean the surface, place the cut film on the top, and bend back at the separator line (usually in the middle of the film, and with squeegee firmly placed down). The first layer will not only easily peel off as the squeegee moves forward, but it also acts to get any additional debris off the screen before the film is applied.
When the first half is put down, you can reverse the squeegee, and repeat the process for the second half. When both are down, a final overhead film is removed, and your phone now has a protective layer on it.
Choosing your device
Axiom Armor can be programmed via phone app to cut the screen you need. The database contains screen dimensions of many devices that has a screen. Phones, gaming consoles, LCD screens for items like DSLR cameras, touch remotes, and many more.
The database also is ever-growing, and you can submit new patterns. I even found a screen pattern for the Nokia phone I used back in 1999.
Who is Axiom Armor For?
This system is for a store vendor that wants to add a new feature for customers, or a company that wants to brand and skin employee devices.
The cutting system starts at $499.99, with protectors at only a couple dollars a screen.