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Old 12-27-2010, 03:18 PM   #1
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Arrow Who sells hydro dipping equipment a.k.a camo dipping

im looking for a manufacture that sells the equipment to hydro dip parts. no one in my area does this so i thought mayb id give it a try. ive been on google all day and found one place in texas that has equipment and thats it. any help would be nice. thanks in advance
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Old 12-27-2010, 07:24 PM   #2
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you sure you googled "all day"? ...I spent 10 minutes and found these....lazyyyyyyyyyyyyyy people these days.

http://www.liquidprintone.com/equipment.php
http://www.tradekey.com/kb-hydro-dip...ing-equipment/
http://www.camodipkit.com/shop.htm
http://www.google.com/#q=water+trans...f87efc6f926f13
http://www.watertransferprinting.com/Products.html
http://www.ecplaza.net/search/0s1nf2...g_machine.html
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i happen to run across those later today and only 2 are reliable sources tradekey is a scam site and i wouldnt buy from over sea. so no im not lazy just didnt find very much info on equipment
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x2 ---> www.camodipkit.com

Everything you need in a DIY dipping kit...
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Everything you need in a DIY dipping kit...
Definitely cool. If I ever get a extra cnote I might get that just for fun.
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Liquid Print. A certain sponsor uses their equipment and patterns.
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Id like to hydrodip my dash Pad
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I want to do alot of under the hood stuff,but i have 2the questions how well does it hold up to heat,and how much does a diy kit cost, no offense to some of the sponsers that offer this but its not cheap at all
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Liquid Print. A certain sponsor uses their equipment and patterns.
Actually we use films from three different companies. Not just liquidprint.
And not only their equipment either
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I want to do alot of under the hood stuff,but i have 2the questions how well does it hold up to heat,and how much does a diy kit cost, no offense to some of the sponsers that offer this but its not cheap at all

This is not "DINOC", or a decal.
This is an automotive paint job with graphic film applied.
Take all of your parts down to the body shop and get a quote on a full worked up paint job. Then ask then for some graphics or something. That might place things in perspective a little.

Now if you do not like hydro work that is fine, but there is a lot to do with this that I think you do not know about. It is most certainly not a 15 second video on you tube, or the chopper show.

Unfortunately time, and labor spent does add to cost. There is no way around it at all. If you told me it would cost $20.00 and 1 hours time to cut my grass, and I said I will give you $10.00: What would you say?
Not a perfect analogy, but a good one.
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Everything you need in a DIY dipping kit...
Curious if anyone ever did this.....
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