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Digital Conductive Glass Printing | Dip-Tech
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Digital Conductive Glass Printing | Dip-Tech

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  • Use

    Electrically heated windows, glass radiators, alarms and security glass, anti-radiation glass, light effects
  • Applications

    Facades, curtain walls, wall covers, glass partitions, windows, doors, furniture, art and signage, lighting
  • Characteristics

    High performance, with long-lasting durability, high-resolution digital print (no screens), highly-customizable through digital design, resistant to scratching, acid, UV light and weather, heavy metal-free inks (no Lead), compliant with industry standards
  • Format

    Single panels, laminated glass, insulated units, curved glass, jumbo glass
  • Colors

    Silver
  • Sizes

    Printable glass size: Minimum: 12” x 12” (30.48 cm x 30.48 cm) | Maximum: 118” x 314” (300 cm x 800 cm) | Printable glass thickness: Minimum: 3/16” (4.76 mm) | Maximum: 3/4” (19mm)

More about this product

Dip-Tech conductive ink is a Lead-free silver composition for metallization by inkjet printing on glass and ITO coated glass. The printed ink layer is cured during firing, toughening, or tempering processes to provide highly conductive, chemically, and mechanically durable conductive film with good solder wetting. Ink is designed for printing heating grids, bus bars, antennas, demisters, and other conductive pads and contacts.

Benefits

  • Can be used for antennas, sensors, busbars and defrost systems
  • For tempering and lamination
  • High conductivity
  • Heavy metal-free
  • Developed in collaboration with PV Nano Cell, integrating its Sicrys™ technology

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