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    Hydro dip ?

    Anyone in here done it ? Any recommendations on film to use and where to buy ? I have some interior car parts I need to do.

    #2
    Rattle can it and move on.

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      #3
      You can rattle can the water and then dip


      "For God and country, Geronimo, Geronimo, Geronimo"

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        #4
        What's hydro-dip? Electrodeposition?

        Seems like electrodep should be taking over the small powder-coating job shops by now. Must be the environmental chemicals drive the cost up too much, but for box frames and other like parts it's superior. I saw them electrodep stuff that's pretty intricate, but what do I know I just worked on the computers there.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Paragon View Post
          You can rattle can the water and then dip

          I've seen that before, actually pretty slick but I need some fake carbon fiber trim work done to get rid of the chrome.

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            #6
            Originally posted by evernoob View Post
            What's hydro-dip? Electrodeposition?

            Seems like electrodep should be taking over the small powder-coating job shops by now. Must be the environmental chemicals drive the cost up too much, but for box frames and other like parts it's superior. I saw them electrodep stuff that's pretty intricate, but what do I know I just worked on the computers there.

            No idea what you're talking about.

            Hydro -dip

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              #7
              Originally posted by rockmup View Post


              No idea what you're talking about.

              Hydro -dip
              o]
              I realized that after I re-read the thread.

              Yeah I know that process by another name. I don't have anything to offer better than a YT video. We did all the wood grain in Lexuses, they were very good at it, but I don't know the process better than a couple of guys on your video.

              Electrodeposition was what I was babbling about. Basically powder-coating in a water based solution.

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