The Starlight Car Headliner the Night sky Feeling

The starlight headliner that creates the night sky feeling through the combination of fiber optic and LED technology is often used in super luxury cars such as the Rolls-Royce Phantom. However, some followers have started making their range of makes and models. The following is a brief introduction to the production method of the star canopy:

1. Buy equipment: According to the area of ​​the starry sky, the thickness of the optical fiber and the distance of the wiring, buy LED light sources of various colors and choose a number of optical fibers with appropriate thickness 

2. Positioning

  According to the roof profile of the car, determine the position and size of the starry sky, plan the starry sky roof pattern, and then locate it on the mark.

3. Punch holes 

Use tools such as nail guns, hand drills and other tools to punch holes in the starlight. The diameter of the hole punch should be selected and the appearance of the surface should be considered.

4. Pass through the optical fiber: After the hole is drilled, the optical fiber is passed. If the optical fiber penetrated through the ceiling is passed through, reserve a length of 3-5 cm, and then cut it flat after the ceiling is installed. If you use the starry sky pattern ceiling fabric of Guangzhou Confoss, you don’t need to pierce the ceiling fabric, and the fiber optic light can emit light through the fabric surface with excellent effect.

5. To fix the optical fiber , first glue the optical fiber and the ceiling board with high temperature resistant tape at the perforated position, pay attention to use high temperature resistant tape to prevent it from falling off.

Bind the optical fibers (otherwise the optical fibers will be messed up into straw piles)

6. Turn on the light test: Before installing the ceiling, test the fiber optic light to see if there is anything that needs to be adjusted.

7. Fix the light source

Select a suitable position to determine the position of the light source and fix it. It is necessary to ensure convenient maintenance in the future (it is best to leave an inspection opening), and consider ventilation and heat dissipation. 

The fiber optic light rear projection lights the starry sky ceiling, and then assists the car roof fabric with starry sky pattern, you can enjoy the pattern during the day, and the starry sky effect at night, which is more innovative and more valuable for appreciation!

The constellation of each Starlight Headliner is completely unique to the owner. Typically, it takes nine hours to craft, but a personalised pattern needs its own template, which can take as long as a week to complete. The craftspeople marry their skills to create this extraordinary feature. It’s the perfect alliance of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary technology.Starlight Headliner has become as much a part of Rolls-Royce iconography as the Spirit of Ecstasy, Pantheon Grille and ‘Double R’ monogram.


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