Anyone know where I could get access to hydro dipping equipment? I simply don’t have any room for more large tools.
No, I have never heard of it before … but THAT’S COOL … I want to play.
What equipment is needed aside from an appropriately sized tub of water and the graphic you want to apply?
I’ll be honest with you I’m in the beginning of the learning process want to be able to hydro dip my cnc plasma cut art adventually!
I really don’t think there is much equipment needed. I was thinking about doing a workshop hydro dipping with spray paint as a fun summer activity for teens.
I’ve done it with Tobias in our backyard. Large tub of water and $17 worth of spray paint it was pre-pandemic and I can’t remember or find what we did.
I’m surprised we haven’t had workshops on this. I was thinking of the paint on water the other day to marble paper.
I was thinking of doing a workshop on hydro-dipping during the summer as part of a series of easy to do art/crafting projects for older kids/teens. It would have to be an outside activity given I had some negative feedback on the forum when exploring the topic with the potential for fumes.
Please keep me posted! A week in advance and I can definitely get off work!
I’m not a teen but interested in process