EAC Concepts LLC is a coating company specializing in the application of hydrographics film patterns (water transfer imaging), Cerakote, and DuraCoat. Located in Mount Vernon Ohio, we are just a short drive away from Columbus, Mansfield, Newark, Lancaster, Zanesville, etc.
Here are EAC we are dedicated to ensuring all of your items are coated to the utmost standards. To say we are meticulous to a fault is an understatement. We do not believe in letting a project leave unless it is perfect and we are proud to tell everyone the work is ours. We are honored to you have trust us to transform your items.
We love our customers, especially our repeat customers. One of our best customers, an avid shooter, and trainer, and Buckeye Firearms volunteer brought us a whole bunch of goodies to coat this time. Read the rest of this entry »
This Hoyt Carbon Element was dipped using hydrographics (water transfer printing) in Muddy Girl Camo, but instead of the normal pink base, this customer wanted a purple base. It was then coated with Lauer Weaponry DuraClear Sealant, which produced a very nice flat finish. Read the rest of this entry »
One of our customers came to us with a request to customize a Glock 26 by coating the frame a Tiffany Blue Cerakote and the slide a pinkish silver Cerakote. I’m sure we’re at least a shade off from the trademarked Tiffany Blue but the customer was more than pleased. He gave it to his wife as a Christmas gift, and let’s just say she was a happy girl. Read the rest of this entry »
This UTAS UTS15 shotgun features twin 7 shot tubes, so with one in the chamber, it’s capable of carrying 15 total rounds. It came to us in plain poly black. It was completely disassembled, cleaned, and prepped prior to dipping. All 8 parts were coated with DuraCoat white and then dipped in snow digital camo. When all rinsed, and dried, it was coated with DuraCoat matte clear. Read the rest of this entry »
This Sako TRG22 was one of the scarier projects we have completed. The three piece stock is a foam filled composite stock costing over $1700 to replace.
There were no less than three hurdles we had to cross. Read the rest of this entry »