Unique Business Opportunity
Glass industry trends are evolving rapidly, with an increase in customer demand for faster turnaround, better pricing, and higher quality products (Glass Magazine Survery - 2015).
Dip-Tech provides glass processors with a unique opportunity to differentiate themselves, accelerate their business and redefine their rank in the industry.
Digital printed glass is a fast-growing and high-margin market, with millions of square meters of printed glass each year. Dip-Tech understands the importance of catering to this specialty market, and has perfected an all-inclusive solution that enables success in all aspects of digital ceramic in-glass printing.
“Dip-Tech is the future of printed, decorative glass. G. James just had its 4th printer installed to keep up with the rising demand from architects for designers who want to put their individual touch on their projects by digitally printing permanent images and patterns that are not affected by environmental stresses.”
Greg Hunt, Director of G. James Glass & Aluminum, Australia
“Dip-Tech innovative glass printing technology, and the business and cultural value of architecture can be successfully transformed into reality on glass without the restrictions imposed by traditional printing technology.”
Mr. Chen Mingbo, CEO of South Bright Glass, China
“Ceramic digital printing allows architects, planners and builders limitless and especially individual facade and wall design. Due to the high-resolution photorealistic frits are possible. The extra-large glass dimensions additionally provide the option to establish large glass surfaces with only few joints.”
Jan Evers, Sales & Marketing of Thiele Glas, Germany
Click through the different stages of the Dip-Tech digital ceramic in-glass printing workflow
Graphic designs are transferred from standard graphic files into ready-to print images using Dip-Tech’s easy to use image processing software
The glass is washed and prepared for printing
The prepared glass is loaded and positioned on the Dip-Tech glass printer
A built-in dryer dries in real-time the ceramic ink that was printed on the glass
In-line conveyors transfer the glass into the tempering furnace, where the digital ceramic inks are fused permanently into the glass for unmatched durability and performance
Add more functionality via additional glass processing including bending, insulating and lamination