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Old 07-07-2010, 02:24 PM   #1
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Hydrographics. Looking to start doing this myself

More info on post #11 to answer some of the questions

Hey guys, I'm just wondering if there is any interest here on dot net to get parts done with hydrographics (aka water transfer printing).

If you don't know what it is here is a quick vid that shows you a dash getting dipped into a woodgrain look.


You can get anything done. From guns to outlet covers, from rims to dashes.

I am thinking of starting a business in hydrographics and I think the possibilities for bikes/cars are endless. Let me know what you guys think and if you would be interested in getting parts done in the future.

Also, I'm looking into a tank big enough to dip fairings. I'll keep you all posted!
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Looks like a way to apply a giant sticker but much easier. Can you do anything else besides recoloring parts though?
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A wood grain bike would be funny
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Whats the bonus of this? Can you do replicated fairing parts... cheaper?

Im missing out on this besides creating a "Woody" out of my motorcycle...
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Whats the bonus of this? Can you do replicated fairing parts... cheaper?

Im missing out on this besides creating a "Woody" out of my motorcycle...

want the look of CF fairings?
sure deal, pop em off, clean em real good, submerge, rinse, dry, and remount your new fiberglass look fairings.

i would imagine thats a host of solid colors as well, lord knows what else is fully available.
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CF look-a-like rims?
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want the look of CF fairings?
sure deal, pop em off, clean em real good, submerge, rinse, dry, and remount your new fiberglass look fairings.

i would imagine thats a host of solid colors as well, lord knows what else is fully available.
So then what about rock damage and such? Will it look bad?
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So then what about rock damage and such? Will it look bad?
dunno, never seen it...

as far as i can tell, its going to be simular to vinyl i guess?
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What happens when the part has an angle that is too sharp for the design to stick? Like in that video with the overhang where the instrument cluster goes. I would think that there would not be enough film in that area to stick.
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Prices is the important part..anyone can post up some $$$

Love to get my fairings done, hell even my helmet done with my own design

def bookmark this thread
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Alright guys, this is what happeneds. I apply a base coat of whatever color you want, the film is transparent so you can see the color behind it. If you wanted orange rims with carbon fiber print over it, I could do that. The films are endless of designs. Woodgrain to carbon fiber to marble stone to diamond plate to camo ect. Then you spray a automotive grade clear coat over it and done!

An example of this is if any of you own shot guns or bows that are camo, this is how they do it! I saw pictures of a guy that got his shotgun dipped into camo and then did his barrel in carbon fiber!

This stuff is as durable as car paint. When I get this I am going to carbon fiber my rims on my bike. There are plenty of videos showing all kinds of stuff to print on. I've seen guys do FULL race hoods to look like carbon fiber. I'm not sure on my prices yet. I've seen guys doing this charge anywhere from $0.40/square inch to $1+. If you search you will find pretty much everyone who gets this done loves the outcome and are repeat customers.

More info to come hopefully in a few days when I see how much money I can get to start this. If I can get enough, I might do Hydrographics and Powder Coating. We'll see!


here is a video of a rim they painted black then dipped in carbon fiber!
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that CF rim looked SICK
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That is one of the coolest things I have ever seen. That would look sick on the rims and frame and other accent pieces of a bike. Let me know if you start doing it I may want a few things done.
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Nice! That rim turned out pretty badass. The only thing I would be worried about are the sharp curves that go much deeper than it could reach.

If you do start doing this, I would like to know.
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Nice! That rim turned out pretty badass. The only thing I would be worried about are the sharp curves that go much deeper than it could reach.

If you do start doing this, I would like to know.
If you look at some of the work people have done it gets into those tight spots and sharp curves. I understand the deeper parts you're talking about, but there are ways to re dip it and fill spots on. But every part i've seen online has only been dipped once and done. I'm sure there are things out there that are difficult.

Also, whomever said the comment about their helmet getting done, it can! I'm not sure how the custom prints get made, but I've seen it offered on some sites. That for me right now would consist of me making a special order for film. The film is something I can't make in-house yet.

Thanks for the input guys, I am really trying hard to get this going! Anyone who has start their own business please feel free to shoot me some PM's with some helpful tips on how to get started!
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Powder Coating looks like it might be on the menu as well!
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There is always a want for powder coating with parts.

That process looks very neat though. I'd be interested in how the pricing on that work would be.
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there is a place here in San Antonio that does this stuff. I had them dip my valve covers and front wheels of my dragster in carbon fiber, they look even better in person. the place is called San Antonio Hydrografix, you can see the stuff they have on their website www.sahydrografix.com . I did see some of the camo stuff you mentioned on guns and it looked cool also, just not what I wouldput on a racer.
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forgot to mention, there were like 15 different carbon fiber patterns to choose from. As for other patterns they had a whole room full of different stuff
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that is some cool ****. cant say id get anything done buyt for the cutom crowd out there this opens up possibilities.
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I gave the guys at San Antonio Hydrografix my helmet today. They are dipping it in partial diamond plate and then part in orange carbon fiber. While I was there today I saw them dipping a bunch of camaro parts in diamond plate with skulls....it was awesome. If you are ever in the San Antonio area you should check that place out. www.sahydrografix.com
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I would LOVE to have my CBR decked out in Mossy Oak Treestand camo. How much would that cost?
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I would LOVE to have my CBR decked out in Mossy Oak Treestand camo. How much would that cost?
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not sure what they would charge for that, but you could give them a call! These guys vat that they dip in is about 15 feet long by 5 feet wide, so farings should be easy for them.
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OMG. Black bike, Mossy Oak mids, and day-glo fluorescent orange wheels. And a rack of antlers for bars.

But really, It would probably look awesome (minus the bars).
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what would a full set of 05 fairings cost? what prep work needs to be done for my old rashed oem fairings? is it like a final prep of spraypainting every micro bit of plastic has to be perfect i assume? whats the final grit of sandpaper one could / should use? as scratches from sandpaper wont show?
and toughness of the skin, is it easily scratched by say belt buckles, zippers rubbing against fairings etc.

any pics of fairings done?

air bubbles occur from say putting on decals and removing them later on say 6 months on?

would your clear coat these once done to eliminate scratching/easily marking?

heat resistance via the air ducts on the bike? colr wont fade/yellow from heat/UV Rays?

as im interested thus all the questions :)
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Ok so first thing is first the parts will be primed and base coated, this is a paint process not like vinyl or decals, the end result is as resistant as car paint.. heat will not be an issue. I know it's called film, but trust me it's not, once rehydrated and activated it is liquid paint.. as far as a price send me a PM and we can discuss. i cannot quote you a price with out seeing the damage your talking about.
You should become a 600rr.net vendor and throw up some of your samples and pictures ect...

I would think you would get a lot of busniess, expecially just for the Carbon Finber Wheels... I thought that was a great idea...
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