Elevate Your Ride with Custom Wheel Hubs!

Transform your ride from zero to sixty with sleek, high-performance wheels and tires tailored specifically for you. At Modo Rapid, we elevate your vehicle’s performance and aesthetics to new heights.

Whether you’re tearing through rugged terrain or cruising leisurely through the streets with the wind in your hair and music blaring, we have the perfect wheels and tires to match your unique style while ensuring you reach your destination in style.

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Custom CNC Machined Alloy Wheels/Rims

Aluminum alloy wheels are vehicle wheels made from a combination of metallic elements, typically aluminum and magnesium, along with other metals. They are renowned for their lightweight construction and unique designs, offering drivers a personalized touch for their vehicles.

Advantages of Aluminum Alloy Wheels:

  1. Lightweight: Aluminum alloy wheels are lighter than steel wheels, enhancing overall vehicle performance and fuel efficiency.
  2. Appealing Design: They feature unique designs and finishes, allowing drivers to personalize their vehicles according to their preferences.
  3. Improved Performance: Aluminum alloy wheels contribute to better braking performance, handling, and tire longevity compared to steel wheels.
  4. Industry Standard: In modern times, aluminum alloy wheels have become the norm in the automotive industry, replacing traditional steel wheels as the preferred choice for most passenger vehicles.

Steel wheels/rims

Steel wheels are vehicle tire rims made from an alloy of carbon and iron. They are known for their durability and heaviness, offering a cost-effective option for vehicle owners seeking reliable performance.

Advantages of Steel Wheels:

  1. Cost-Effective: Steel wheels are typically more affordable than alloy wheels, making them a budget-friendly option for vehicle owners.
  2. Durability: Steel wheels are heavier and more robust than alloy wheels, providing enhanced durability and resistance to damage from road hazards.
  3. Suitable for Heavy-Duty Vehicles: Steel wheels are recommended for heavy-duty vehicles due to their strength and ability to support heavier loads effectively.
  4. All-Weather Performance: Steel wheels perform effectively in all types of weather conditions, making them a reliable choice for year-round driving, especially in harsh climates or rugged terrains.

Our Diverse Range of Wheel Materials

Elevate your driving experience with our extensive selection of wheel materials, each crafted to meet your unique style and performance preferences.

  1. Alloy: Lightweight and durable, alloy wheels offer superior strength and enhanced handling, making them perfect for those seeking a balance of performance and aesthetics.
  2. Steel: Known for their rugged durability and affordability, steel wheels are the go-to choice for off-road enthusiasts and drivers looking for reliability in any terrain.
  3. Chrome: Add a touch of sophistication and luxury to your vehicle with our chrome wheels. Renowned for their mirror-like finish and eye-catching shine, chrome wheels make a bold statement on the road.
  4. Mags: Embrace the cutting-edge technology and futuristic design of our mag wheels. Engineered for optimal performance and style, mag wheels offer unmatched strength and precision for the ultimate driving experience.

No matter your preference, we have the perfect wheel material to suit your needs. Upgrade your ride today and experience the difference with our premium selection of alloy, steel, chrome, and mag wheels!

Custom Wheel Manufacturing Methods

Custom wheels can be manufactured using various methods, each with its own unique characteristics and advantages. Some common manufacturing methods for custom wheels include:

  1. CNC Machining: Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining involves using computer-controlled machines to precisely cut and shape the wheel from a solid block of material, such as aluminum. This method allows for intricate designs and precise customization.
  2. Casting: Casting is a process where molten metal is poured into a mold to create the wheel’s shape. This method is often more cost-effective than CNC machining and allows for a wide range of designs.
  3. Forging: Forging involves shaping metal by applying compressive force, typically with a hydraulic press, to deform it into the desired shape. Forged wheels are known for their strength and durability, making them popular for high-performance applications.
  4. Flow Forming (Spin Casting): Flow forming, also known as spin casting, combines elements of casting and forging. The wheel is initially cast using molten metal, and then a spinning process is used to stretch and compress the material to enhance its strength and reduce weight.
  5. Rotary Forging: Rotary forging is a specialized forging process where the wheel is spun at high speeds while being pressed against a die. This creates a barrel-like shape with improved strength and reduced weight compared to traditional forging methods.

Each manufacturing method has its own advantages and considerations in terms of cost, performance, and customization options. The choice of method often depends on factors such as the desired design, budget, and intended use of the wheels.

Post-Processing Options Available at Modo Rapid

For different materials of wheels, there are various post-processing options available to enhance their appearance, performance, and durability. Some common post-processing options for different wheel materials at Modo Rapid include:

Aluminum Wheels:
Polishing: Buffing the surface to create a smooth, reflective finish.
Powder Coating: Applying a durable powder coating in various colors to enhance aesthetics and provide protection against corrosion.
Clear Coating: Applying a clear protective coating to preserve the natural appearance of the aluminum and provide additional protection against oxidation and corrosion.
Anodizing: Electrochemically treating the surface to create a hard, corrosion-resistant oxide layer that can be dyed in different colors for a customized look.
Steel Wheels:
Painting: Applying automotive paint in various colors to enhance appearance and provide corrosion protection.
Galvanizing: Immersing the wheels in molten zinc to provide a durable corrosion-resistant coating.
Chrome Plating: Electroplating the surface with chromium to create a shiny, corrosion-resistant finish.
Carbon Fiber Wheels:
Clear Coat Finish: Applying a clear protective coat to enhance the appearance and provide UV protection.
Painted Finish: Adding custom paint or graphics to the surface for a personalized look.
Gloss or Matte Finish: Choosing between a glossy or matte surface finish to suit aesthetic preferences.
Magnesium Wheels:
Painting or Powder Coating: Applying a durable paint or powder coating to enhance appearance and provide corrosion protection.
Anodizing: Electrochemically treating the surface to create a protective oxide layer and add color options.
Clear Coating: Applying a clear protective coating to preserve the natural appearance of the magnesium and provide additional protection against corrosion.

Custom CNC Machining Rim Making Process

Plan

We start by assessing your vehicle and understanding your rim needs.

3D Model

Our team of 3D modeling experts then translates your requirements into a CAD file.

Blanks

The project moves to our workshop where we produce blanks tailored to the rim size.

Cut & Shape

These blanks are then processed on our CNC machine to cut and shape your distinct design.

After Cut

The raw rim is prepared for customization after cutting and finishing.

Final Product

Your custom-made rims are now complete! We’ll install them onto your vehicle, ready for you to enjoy!

Custom CNC Machining Rim Making Process

Advanced Zeiss CMM technology for CNC prototype production

Get in touch with me now to customize your wheels!