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3D Water Transfer Printing Films Research Reports

3D Water Transfer Printing Films Research Reports

3D water transfer printing films are used in industrial painting and printing processes. This process is known as water transfer printing, immersion printing, hydro dripping, or hydrographic printing. 3D water transfer printing films are used to apply or coat printed designs on 3D objects. They have a wide scope of application as these films can be applied on almost any hard, non-porous surface such as glass, metal, metal alloys, plastic, wood, and cement. 3D water transfer printing films can be used to print complex 3D objects with minimal effort and cost. 3D water transfer printing films can be used in numerous industries including construction, aerospace, automotive, furniture, and mechanical parts manufacturing. Sporting products and automotive industries are among the leading verticals to use 3D water transfer printing films. Their ability to deliver a uniform coat of high quality paint makes them a valuable tool.

 

3D water transfer printing films are kept afloat on a liquid surface, mostly water, and then the desired object is submerged into the liquid. The film on the surface of the liquid wraps itself up around the object. Once removed from the tub, the 3D water transfer printing films cling to the surface of the object, acting as a coat of paint. After immersion and removal of the object from the liquid, the object needs to be thoroughly washed and then dried. Sometimes manufacturers apply a clean topcoat or a coat of polish to finish the product. These films can be used to decorate or beautify a range of products, varying in sizes. 3D water transfer printing films can be applied on massive objects including entire metal body frames of automotive vehicles to small items such as biking helmets, bicycles, and bottles. 3D water transfer printing films can deliver high-quality and high resolution designs on geometrically complex 3D objects. They can be a great substitute to spray painting and powder coating methods used in traditional decoration of industrial parts.

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