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The possibilities are endless


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The possibilities are endless


 

What do we do?

At Immersion Solutions we specialize in Hydrographics, also known as Water Transfer Printing or Immersion Printing, which is a surface customization technology that uses a specialized film to apply a new finish to an existing part or product, using a hydro tank to place a graphic film over your piece. Open up your mind and give us a call, well give your items the personal touch you've always wanted.

 
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Our Gallery


From dash kits to phone cases, we customize almost any material using   specialized film made to make your item unique.

view our gallery

Our Gallery


From dash kits to phone cases, we customize almost any material using   specialized film made to make your item unique.

view our gallery

Thousands of possibilities

There are currently hundreds of different patterns to choose from including: camouflage, wood, carbon fiber, metal, stone, or designer patterns; as well as any color combination possible.  These patterns can adhere to nearly any existing product to make it unique to you. Check out our gallery to find the perfect pattern for you.

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The Workshop


The Workshop


How is it done?

Preparation

The process begins with the item being prepped for refinishing, this includes sanding, priming and painting any colors that will go under the film.  We use only the highest quality DuPont products and DuPont's paint mixing computer to ensure the finish and color are perfect.

Application

A polyvinyl film printed with the graphic is set to float in the dipping tub.  An activator chemical is sprayed on the film to dissolve it into the water and activate the bonding agent. The item is then lowered into the tub through the floating ink layer, which adheres to it.

Finish

After removing the item from the water, a high-gloss, semi-gloss or matte clear coat is added to finish the product and offer protection for the decorative layers. After multiple dippings, immersion printing can achieve full 360° coverage of the items surface.


Check out a video on the Hydrographic process: