Water Transfer Printing Technology to Carbon-looking Your Motorcycle Fairing
So what is water transfer printing?
Water transfer printing, also known as HydroGraphics, immersion printing, water transfer printing, water transfer imaging, hydro dipping or cubic printing, is a method of applying printed designs to three-dimensional surfaces.
This method allows patterns and designs to be applied to any shaped objects, such as metal, plastic, glass, hardwoods, and various other materials. Basically, any object that can hold a base coat and be safely submerged in water can be dipped.
Surfaces such as dashboards, hunting equipment, camouflage items, automotive parts, and many others, can be customized with this process. This is the same process used by major manufacturers to decorate their products.
Simply clean the item, buff it, and apply a base coat. After that, dip it (applying the pattern), rinse, dry and clear coat.
This well-proven an innovative procedure opens up a whole new realm of possibilities for all of us.
Water Transfer Printing Video
Watch below youtube video to have an idea of this method:
Water Transfer Printing Process
Depending on the material, a high-grade base coat provides the foundation for the look and durability of the decor.
- The motorcycle bodywork is first primed, dried and then sanded.
- The water-soluble side is to be placed on the water surface after the carbon-film has been soaked for the prescribed time, the activation follows.
- The activator dissolves the upper layer of the carbon-film and liquefies the decor color, the previously soaked support layer on the underside holds the carbon-film together.
- This viscous state allows the film to cover the object perfectly in the dipping process and to form an optimal compound with the base coat, for perfect surface coating.
If you can’t understand very well, let the video do the talking, here they are:
How is carbon-looking fairing?
Perfect dipping is guaranteed by our fully automatic dipping arms with individually adjustable dipping speed.
After dipping, we can clean the dipper basin simply and quickly by turning on the water circulation.
So right away we can get clean water for the next dipping process.
After dipping is completed, take the fairing and put it into the washer.
Our stainless steel washers ensure that your coated fairing are cleaned perfectly and carefully from all sides.
Finally, the clear coat is applied to the object and gives the decor the final look.
Our machines offer first-class conditions to design high-grade carbon-looking surfaces.
Here an example:
Carbon-Looking Fairing List
So what do you think of now?
Let’s dive into the water transfer print.
Refined by our water transfer printing system, your new motorcycle bodywork will be an eye-catching experience for everyone.
Here a list of some fairing models completed with a carbon look, which we’ve ever done:
- 2012-2016 Honda CBR1000RR Carbon Looking KONICA Bodywork
- 2012-2016 Honda CBR1000RR Shark Liverpool Carbon Looking Fairing
- 2012-2016 Honda CBR1000RR Carbon Looking Fairing
- 2007-2008 Yamaha YZF-R1 Carbon Looking Fairing
- 2009-2011 Yamaha YZF-R1 Carbon Looking Fairing
- 2008-2016 Yamaha YZF-R6 Carbon Looking Fairing
- Ducati 1098s 2007-2012 Tricolore Carbon Looking Fairing
Find more by this tag: Carbon Fiber Look
You could ask the same carbon looking for your bike if you do not see it on our website.
Hope you enjoy this post, ride safe!
My last bike that was stolen from me recently had exactly this carbon fairing. If photos are desired, I can present no topic as it looked
have now ordered this fairing again for my new bike
I hope the disguise arrives as desired with me
Thanks buddy, confirmed your order has received! Please double check our emails sent to you, let’s decorate your NEW BIKE lol
I m planning to get the wsb fairing for zx10r 2017 from ur site but i also need the carbon looking frame n swingarm covers.
Let me know if it is possible n wt will be the extra cost
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