Speedline Corse develops patented coating process


Speedline Corse, a long time supplier to the motorsport industry, has announced its latest development; an alloy finishing step called the Multi Colour Rim (MCR) coating process.

Showcased on the recently launched Marmora range, the MCR process is a claimed ‘important development’ in the field of automotive alloy wheel coatings, one that promises to revolutionise the manufacturing of dual-colored wheels moving forward by making the process simpler, swifter and more effective.

The result of many months of research and development, the patented MCR process sees the wheels treated to an industrial finish, one that allows multiple colours to be applied precisely to all aluminium wheel designs. Not only is the finish highly effective and completely non-toxic, it can be applied without the need for masking, sticky tape or application films, reducing waste and the overall time taken to design and manufacturer multicolored wheels. The resulting coating is vibrant, and resistant to corrosion and contamination from road detritus.

“We’re justifiably proud of the MCR process, it’s a highly significant development both for Speedline and for the alloy wheel industry in general,” explains David Williams, CEO of Speedline Corse. “It enables an incredibly broad spread of colours and product variations beyond anything we’ve seen before, and it gives any car an individual touch.”


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