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What we can offer you
Curb damage can either be re-cut using our diamond CNC lathe, primed, painted . Corroded wheels due to the clear lacquer wearing or flaking off. Machine face wheels can then be re-cut, painted and cleared. Regular alloy wheels can be prepped, primed, painted and cleared. Buckled or bent wheels that need straightening. Tyre removal, refit and balancing available on-site. Diamond cut alloys
The Industry leading process the Smartworld team goes through on receiving your alloy wheels. - All Wheels are individually inspected by hand on arrival - Wheels are blasted to remove final layers of corrosion creating a finish ready for coating - Wheels are welded and repaired where necessary - Wheels are straightened where necessary - Wheels are computer lathed taking the material to original manufacturer’s specification - The wheel is put into the paint shop for colour finishing - When a precise and diamond cut finish is required they are machined on a computer lathe. A wet lacquer is added to the whole wheel and it is oven baked once again. - Final quality control and inspection
Diamond cut specialists
We pride ourselves on quality and customer service, giving you the peace of mind feeling that your wheels will be treated with the care they deserve. We have use the most recent innovation in diamond wheel cutting CNC Lathe on site, all trained staff. We also have the latest straightening, balancing and spray painting equipment, running a full body shop. If you are looking for diamond cut alloy wheel specialists in Exeter then look no further Smartworld alloy wheels is where your wheels need to be. Tyre removal, refit and balancing available on-site.
The first action is to assess the damage and the suitability for a cosmetic repair ,our highly trained technicians will advise you of the best way forward. Once agreed that a repair of this type is suitable we first remove the tyre from the wheel to allow full access to the damage. The wheel is then thoroughly cleaned to remove any traces of wax or silicon from the damaged area, this will ensure a first-rate adhesion when the final paint is applied. The second stage is the careful removal of the damage using varying degrees of sanding; where a piece has been knocked out of the wheel metal fillers will be used to repair the profile before being sanded back to match. Following this a fully colour matched wet paint is applied and blended into to the rest of the wheel to show no discernible edge, this is then sealed using a lacquer to ensure the continued lustre and longevity of the finish. The tyre is refitted, the wheel balanced and then fitted back to your vehicle.
2&3 The Grange Units,
Exeter EX2 8RT