Paint King

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Spray Painting


Hydrographic Printing


Digital Printing


Injection Moulding

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At PaintKing, we specialize in a diverse range of unique finishing effects for various materials. From the warm allure of Sunwood Finish to the tactile richness of Leather Finish and the innovative Water Dipping (3D) technique, our finishes transform ordinary surfaces into extraordinary statements. Whether it’s plastic or metal, our effects like Texture Silver and Granite Effect provide the perfect touch of elegance and style. We apply our specialized effects on plastics including ABS, PC, PP, HIP, PET, and more, as well as on metals such as steel, aluminum, and brass.

01. Sunwood Finish

02. Silver Texture

03. Soft Feel (Rubber)

04. Leather finish

05. Granite Effect

06. Pastel Shades

07. Two Tone Effect

08. Color changing

09. Sand Finish

10. Texture Painting

11. Marble Effect

12. Antique Effect

13. Screen Printing

14. Brass Effect

Our Process

1. Cleaning

Before we start painting, we make sure the surface is really clean. We get rid of any dirt or dust so that the paint goes on smoothly.

2. Prep & Prime

Once the surface is all clean, we prepare it for painting. We also put on a special paint base, called primer, to make the paint stick better and last longer.

3. Paint

Now comes the fun part! We carefully spray on the paint, making sure it looks really nice and covers everything evenly. We take our time to make sure it looks just right.

4. Quality Check

After the paint is dry, we take a close look at it to make sure it’s smooth and looks great. We want everything to be perfect before we send it to you.

5. Pack & Dispatch

Once we’re happy with the paint job, we pack everything up really nicely and send it to you. We want it to arrive looking just as good as it did when we finished painting it.

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What Is Spray Painting?

Industrial spray painting on plastics is a painting technique where paint is applied using a spray gun or sprayer through air and fluid compression, also known as atomization . It is a favored method for both commercial and industrial painters due to its versatility and efficiency . This is a great alternative to add a rich look to your product.


Cleaning: The first step involves thoroughly cleaning the surface to remove any dirt, grease, or existing paint. This ensures that the new paint adheres properly.

Prime: A primer is applied to the clean surface to enhance the paint’s adhesion and to provide a uniform base for the topcoat.

Paint: The actual spray painting is done using a paint sprayer tool, which evenly applies paint across the surface.

Quality Control 1: After painting, the first quality control check is conducted to inspect the paint application for any inconsistencies or missed spots.

Touch Ups: If any imperfections are found during the quality control check, touch-ups are performed to correct them.

Dust-Free Coating: Apply a clear coat that repels dust to keep the paintwork clean and reduce the frequency of cleaning required.

Quality Control 2: Conduct a meticulous inspection using a spectrophotometer to ensure color accuracy and consistency. This device measures the intensity of light reflected from the surface, allowing for precise color matching and detection of any discrepancies.

Pack & Dispatch: Once the final inspection is passed, the item is packaged and dispatched to the customer or next stage of production.

What Is Hydrographic Printing?

Hydrographic painting, also known as water transfer printing or hydro dipping, is a process that involves applying a patterned film onto an object’s surface to customize or change its appearance.


Cleaning: The object is meticulously cleaned to ensure no residues or contaminants are present that could interfere with the printing process.

Prep: Sanding the object creates a smooth surface, which is essential for a uniform application of the primer and the hydrographic film.

Prime: A primer is applied to the prepped surface to enhance the adhesion of the hydrographic film, providing a solid base for the subsequent steps.

Hydrographic Film: A patterned film is laid out on the water’s surface in a dipping tank, ready for the transfer of the design onto the object.

Activator Spray: This chemical agent is sprayed onto the hydrographic film to activate the ink, preparing it for the transfer during the dipping process.

Water Dipping: The object is carefully dipped into the tank, allowing the design from the activated film to wrap around it seamlessly.

Drying Oven: After the dipping, the object is placed in a drying oven where the ink is cured, setting the design firmly onto the object.

Layer Coating: A clear protective coating is applied over the printed design, providing a layer that guards against scratches and environmental elements.

Quality Control: Each object undergoes a thorough inspection to ensure the design has been transferred accurately and that the layer coating is evenly applied.

Touch Ups: If any flaws are detected during the quality control, they are corrected to meet the high standards of the finished product.

Pack & Dispatch: Finally, the object is carefully packaged and dispatched, ensuring it reaches its destination in pristine condition.

What is UV Digital Printing?

UV digital printing, also known as ultraviolet printing, is a digital printing technique that utilizes UV-curing ink to print on various materials or substrates. This technology allows to print directly onto several surfaces with amazing colour payoff and high durability.


Cleaning: This step is fundamental to ensure that the object is free from any impurities or residues. A thorough cleaning with specialized solutions prepares the surface for the subsequent steps.

Prep: Preparation involves arranging and organizing the materials or surfaces to be printed on. This step ensures that everything is in place for a smooth printing process.

UV Print: UV printing is a digital printing process that uses ultraviolet light to dry or cure ink as it is printed. This step allows for high-quality and durable prints on a variety of materials.

Quality Control: A critical step where the printed objects are inspected for any defects or inconsistencies. This ensures that only the products that meet the quality standards proceed to the next step.

Pack & Dispatch: The final step where the inspected and approved objects are carefully packaged and dispatched to their destination, completing the production line.

What is Injection Molding?

Injection molding is a widely used manufacturing process for producing parts by injecting molten material into a mold or cavity.


Feeding Materials: The process begins with feeding raw materials, typically in pellet form, into the injection molding machine. These materials are then heated until they melt.

Injection: The molten material is injected into a mold cavity where it takes the shape of the desired product. This step requires precision to ensure proper filling.

Holding Pressure: After injection, pressure is applied to the mold to pack the material and reduce shrinkage, ensuring the integrity of the molded part.

Cooling: The material is then allowed to cool and solidify within the mold. Cooling time is crucial for the part’s structural strength.

Mold Opening: Once cooled, the mold opens to prepare for the removal of the solidified part. This step must be carefully timed to prevent deformities.

Ejecting: The solidified part is ejected from the mold using pins or a plate. Ejection must be done smoothly to maintain the part’s quality.

Quality Control: Each part undergoes quality control to check for defects and ensure it meets the required specifications. This may involve visual inspection and measurements.

Touch Ups: If any defects are found, touch-ups are performed to correct them. This could include trimming excess material or smoothing surfaces.

Pack & Dispatch: Finally, the finished parts are packed and dispatched. Packaging is designed to protect the parts during transportation.