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Hydrodipping

Meet Dave and Emily from Deepcar Autobodies also known as Painterdave for those in the scene, come and see what his magic hands can create with his attention to detail..........
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Hydrodipping

Postby painterdave » Tue Jan 27, 2015 10:39 pm

We can also offer an hydrodipping service as well, we have teamed up with a local company who will dip any panels we have prepped and once they have dipped them we apply the clearcoat and looks awesome when finished

I will post pics up of design samples we can do, but there are literally hundreds to choose from

Here are a few interior bits we have done for an Mx5 just to show people what can be done, basically anything that doesn't absord water and can be painted can be dipped

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Re: Hydrodipping

Postby BenF » Wed Jan 28, 2015 7:35 am

whats the max tank size Dave? Is there a weight limit? :handgestures-thumbup:
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Re: Hydrodipping

Postby painterdave » Wed Jan 28, 2015 7:54 am

The tank is about 5 ft long, what you thinking about having dipped Ben

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Re: Hydrodipping

Postby BenF » Wed Jan 28, 2015 8:11 am

painterdave wrote:The tank is about 5 ft long, what you thinking about having dipped Ben

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Thanks. Not for me, but I have customers/contacts who would want things like wings/spoilers, roof panels, sunroof blanks, seat shells, wheels, bonnets, doors, complete dash panels, etc. done. I even know a few loonies who'd want things like blocks done but I doubt it'd survive the heat!
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Re: Hydrodipping

Postby painterdave » Wed Jan 28, 2015 8:18 am

We could get most of them done but would have to do the bigger stuff in two halves, again it depends on what pattern you go with to make sure the pattern matches up ok, we have done calipers before and not heard of any problems with heat.

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