Tram Projects

Light Rail

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Doors - Australian Component for Build: 

The bogie is firstly pressure washed and degreased. After this, the client will pick up the bogie and have it disassembled.  

The component parts are then returned to us for masking and spraying to RAL specifications. 

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Tram Livery

Involved in the changing face of Trams in Melbourne. Assisting in parts supplied for PTC in the green, the grey for M-Tram then moving onto Yarra Trams.
Even to current full vinyl wrap completed by a signage company, Metal Morphis completed part of the project, sanding whole trams, and blacking out required areas at  the Preston Workshops.

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New Fibreglass Parts and Repairs: 

Metal Morphis supplied spare parts for Z1, Z2, Z3 and B Class trams, which included the manufacture of moulds. Repairs of second hand panels from Preston workshops were also carried out. 
Spare parts were also supplied for Siemens trams, including the repair and painting of aluminium panels with the rubber coating. 

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Refurbishment of Tram Bogies

The bogie is firstly pressure washed and degreased. After this, the client will pick up the bogie and have it disassembled.  

The component parts are then returned to us for masking and spraying to RAL specifications. 

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Tram Prototype

Graffiti was removed on the external and internals of Sydney Tram Prototype. Paintwork on internal panels included seat bases, ceiling panels and various removable parts. 
At a later date, Metal Morphis repainted the tram in the new Company colour scheme.