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Water Transfer Printing EN2018-10-22T07:27:24+00:00
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industrilackering, lackering, göteborg, billackering, färg, water transfer printing, wtp, varnishing, spray painting, color, industrial spray painting

Customer specific design with Water Transfer Printing

Using an innovative technique, we apply patterns of every kind to your products – anything from wood to carbon fibre and stone – the only limit is imagination. Water Transfer Printing technique can be used on almost every form and type of material – metal, plastic, glass, wood, artificial leather, rubber and ceramic, to name a few. With a catalogue of over 4000 patterns, we can claim to have something for everyone – however if you really want to stick out from the crowd, we can create a unique pattern especially for you.

WATER – OUR MOST IMPORTANT TOOL

Water Transfer Printing technique starts with a pattern film that is laid on a still water surface before being activated and released. The product is then dipped into the water, through the pattern on the film before being washed and dried. After being approved by our quality control team, the end product is covered in a protective lacquer before it is ready for delivery. So the big secret is quite simply normal water.

industrilackering, lackering, göteborg, billackering, färg, water transfer printing, wtp, varnishing, spray painting, color, industrial spray painting

Customer specific design with Water Transfer Printing

Using an innovative technique, we apply patterns of every kind to your products – anything from wood to carbon fibre and stone – the only limit is imagination. Water Transfer Printing technique can be used on almost every form and type of material – metal, plastic, glass, wood, artificial leather, rubber and ceramic, to name a few. With a catalogue of over 4000 patterns, we can claim to have something for everyone – however if you really want to stick out from the crowd, we can create a unique pattern especially for you.

WATER – OUR MOST IMPORTANT TOOL

Water Transfer Printing technique starts with a pattern film that is laid on a still water surface before being activated and released. The product is then dipped into the water, through the pattern on the film before being washed and dried. After being approved by our quality control team, the end product is covered in a protective lacquer before it is ready for delivery. So the big secret is quite simply normal water.

HYDRODIPS WATER TRANSFER PRINTING TECHNOLOGY

We have more than 4000 patterns to offer – anything from wood to carbon fibre and stone – the only limit is imagination.

SEE OUR PATTERNS