The way patterns are put on phone cases is absolutely mesmerising.
Patterns are put on phone cases through a type of printing, but you won’t be able to do it with your Inkjet at home.
The process it called hydrographics, sometimes known as water transfer printing.
It’s basically printing with water, and works on pretty much anything, from toys to helmets.
HG Arts, a company that makes hydrographic printers, showed us how the process works.
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A thin sheet made of polyvinyl alcohol is printed with the desired pattern, then rolled over the pool of water.
Once the sheet is fully dissolved, the phone cases are plunged through the thin film and into the water.
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