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Color Craft accepts orders for its new aircraft marking technology

Posted 7 May 2013 · 3 Comments

Color Craft has announced that it has begun accepting orders for its 03 Aircraft Marking Technology and that it is in discussion with aircraft manufacturers and airlines in the Middle East regarding its use as an alternative to traditional aerospace paint stencil and decal applied graphics.

It is also in discussions with aircraft manufacturers and airlines in the United States, South America and Europe.

03 Aircraft Marking Technology utilises approved aerospace paint and ink to enable a “paint into paint” one step application of virtually any image.

“We are pleased by the market’s reaction to this great product. Our customer base has been seeking a solution to the labor intensive and downtime heavy process of painting graphics on commercial aircrafts other than utilizing traditional adhesive backed decals, which have their own performance constraints," said Doug Stewart, president of Color Craft. "Our 03 Aircraft Marking Technology provides a next generation alternative with our customers reporting labor savings in excess of 50% and significant down time reductions.”

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3 Comments for Color Craft accepts orders for its new aircraft marking technology

ADITIAWARMAN

posted 3 years ago

Wow, excellent. I know how difficulties to get much color paint

Scott Thorson

posted 3 years ago

I really like this idea. Would solve many issues related to small text mandatory markers.

Ray Moreno

posted 3 years ago

it's about time someone does a custom exterior paint scheme on a wide body A/C. With todays technology it should be an easy project..

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