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Alice® Direct-to-glass Digital Ceramic Printing | GGI

  • Use

    Interior Walls, Dividers, Office Partitions, Furniture, Doors, Wall Claddings, Railings, Canopies, Facades, Building Envelope
  • Applications

    Education, Healthcare, Hospitality, Interior Design, Retail, Corporate, Public Art, Transportation, Residential
  • Characteristics

    Low-iron glass with custom images/designs digitally-printed with ceramic frit ink, then tempered to permanently fuse the image into the glass
  • Colors

    Wide range of colors, opacities, and gradients
  • Sizes

    Max size of 110 " x 236" and thicknesses from 3/16" to 3/4"

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More about this product

Ceramic frit is digitally jetted onto the surface of the glass, and then baked into the glass during the tempering process. The result is durable, decorative glass that is ideal for both exterior and interior installations.

Alice® Direct-to-glass Digital Ceramic Printing by GGI offers significant benefits over traditional silk-screening:

- Cost-effective for small quantities – No screen charges or setup fees

- Printing a single sheet is no problem – No need to rely on economies of scale

- Get over-sized prints, with large-format printing – Up to 110” x 236”

- Achieve finely detailed images, with higher-resolution printing – Up to 720 dpi

- Ideal for even the largest decorative glass installations - Highly accurate registration enables continuous images across multiple panes

- Incorporate thousands of shades, colors and gradations in designs

- Integrate multiple opacities on a single piece of glass

- Reprints are easy – With digitally controlled color matching and no need for archived screens

Choose a ready-to-print pattern from among our exclusive collections, designed specifically for Alice® Direct-to-glass Digital Ceramic Printing. Or, order a custom print of your own design. GGI’s in-house experts in design for digitally printed glass are available to assist you.

For more information about Alice® Direct-to-glass Digital Ceramic Printing contact through our contact/quote button on top, visit General Glass's page in Materials or visit:

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