Water Transfer Printing
Velocity Hydro Graphics Inc. is a company that provides the service of water transfer printing. Commonly referred to as immersion printing,camo dipping, hydro printing,and cubic printing, These methods are a way of applying a printed design to flat and three dimensional objects.
The printing process can be applied to most non-porous materials such as metal, wood, plastic, stone, ceramic and some woods. After the part is prepped and sanded, a base coat paint is applied. The print is placed on the surface of a tank of water. A chemical activator is then applied to the print, activating the bonding agent. The base coated piece is now lowered in the tank of water, thru the print. The displacement of water wraps the print around the piece, and it adheres to to the part. After removing all residue from the part, clear coat is applied.
Velocity Hydro Graphics Inc. uses this technology to offer customers many design options. Choose from stone, marble, skull patterns, metal, diamond plate, brushed aluminum and many illusion patterns. Choose an HD quality camo for the hunter that wants to be concealed, no matter what terrain they are in. For the car and motorcyle enthusiast we offer the latest in cabon fiber, burled and straight woodgrain patterns to achieve that high end, one of a kind look for their ride.
Our decorating process is a new technology. In addition to adding style and value, it also adds to consumer appeal as well. Possibilties are endless with water transfer graphics. We are commited to our customers, and will provide the best quailty workmanship and service available. Please check out our patterns, and view some of our customers items that have been decorated.
We have a wide variety of prints in stock. Cammo, woodgrain, carbon fiber, and some metal prints we keep in stock. Not all prints on website are in stock. Please call us for print availability. There is a $25.00 upcharge for non stock prints.
Velocity Hydro Graphics Inc. guarantees your decorated part will be free of processing and material defects from workmanship. A defect is defined as failure due to our workmanship or materials. Damage caused from accidental damage, neglect, or normal wear and tear, is not considered a workmanship or material failure. These issues will not be covered under our guarantee.