Diamond cut alloy rim refurbishment case
In this article we would like to show an example of typical repair, we provide in-house at DentGuy workshop.
Customer request was to repair scuffed spots and recover original shine of the alloys, which became dull over the time and numerous car washings using aggressive chemicals for cleaning.
The stages of restoration process can be seen on the video below, our team repaired all deep scuffs on the wheels, each rim was re-cut on our state-of-the-art equipment, painted and lastly balanced to perfection on tire-balancing machine.
Diamond cut alloy rim refurbishment case by DentGuy in Dubai, UAE 2021.
Finished result would be a set of diamond cut alloys, which will be having a CD-like rainbow finishing. Our advanced and extremely precise equipment let us to get OEM-like finishing or (in some cases) even better than that. On the video sample below you can see what kind of result DentGuy able to provide.
All about Car Wheel Diamond Cutting Technology
This is the complete removal of the entire top layer from the surface of the discs in order to give them perfect evenness and shine. It could be done only in a specialized workshop using separate equipment – a special type of lathe. Such work is performed only at a high level – otherwise, you can simply harm the disk itself. The process is quite complex and should take longer than standard sanding.It recommended using only 1-2 times, because each time a thin layer of the disc is removed itself. So you can refurbish diamond cut alloy wheels only sometimes – but it’s worth it.
Read more about ➤ What is diamond cutting discs? ➤ Disc processing options.
Wheel Rim Straightaning
Wheel Rim Straightening – How it Should be Done
Wheels are a very important part in a car or motorcycle, a lot depends on their serviceability – both fuel consumption, and traffic safety, and ease of driving. However, it happens that the wheels get damaged, and most often the rim bends. There can be many reasons for this – it is enough to run over a curb or not notice a hole in the road, unsuccessfully cross an obstacle or collide with an obstacle on the road. Regardless of how you receive such damage, it is important to immediately contact a repair shop after receiving it.
Read more about ➤ Is it important to straighten the rim? ➤ How long will it take to repair ➤ How can a bent rim be repaired?
Wheel Rim Bend
A Bent Wheel Rim is a Common Problem
The first step to take is to run diagnostics to find out if the rim is subject to repair. Before you arrive for service, try not to damage the wheel further.
Then a professional tire technician will remove the tire from the wheel and clean the rim surface of any rust and dirt. The next steps of specialists will be associated with heating the surface of the rim and leveling it by placing it under a hydraulic press. Depending on the degree of bending, several such operations may be required.
Further steps will directly depend on the complexity of the repair. You may need to weld pieces of metal, use a lathe and other equipment for work. Professional craftsmen are usually ready for such difficulties. After finishing the leveling work, it may be necessary to powder or varnish.
Read more about ➤ How to know if the rim is bent ➤ Can a bent rim be straightened ➤ How can a bent rim be repaired?
Cracked Wheel Repair
Professional Cracked Alloy Wheel Repair Welders
The alloy rims are not just accessories for the appearance of the car. They are also a very important part of any car. Like all other details, aluminium wheels have an ability to crack and bent. So let’s take a look at the main cracked rim causes.
In case if you have noticed a crack on your rims try to repair it as soon as possible. Our hard workers will help you to inspect the wheel on the availability of some scratch, cracks, bents and other defects. We are ready to do everything to fix your rims in the shortest time. Be sure that here you can get the best services at reasonable prices.
Read more about ➤ Professional Cracked Alloy Wheel Repair Welders at Your First Call ➤ How to Repair a Cracked Alloy Wheel by the Stages.