How To Permanently Print On Glass

At Me and My Glass, we have always strived to deliver the very best results possible for our customers. That is why we have continuously invested in our services and equipment to ensure that we remain ahead of the curve when it comes to glass innovation and practicality. 

Our most recent investment has been to support the art and design sector of the UK glass industry. This is a vital part of our services, and our £1.5 million printing facility houses a state-of-the-art DipTech Ceramic Ink printing line and an industry-leading paint toughening and lamination line. The purpose-built facility also features CNC and edgework machines alongside a self-sufficient production line, ensuring it can cater for everything from the smallest projects to large-scale operations. 

What is DipTech?

DipTech is an industry-leading brand that is part of the highly regarded international Ferro Group. They provide state-of-the-art printing lines that have helped to transform the silk screen printing process, providing high-quality digital solutions that not only look fantastic but are also far more cost-effective. 

The process they use allows inks to be printed in a variety of opacity grades, ensuring endless possibilities of design choice and light transmission. 

What are the benefits of digital ceramic printing?

When it comes to creating high-quality and beautiful designs, digital ceramic printing is the perfect choice for any bespoke class solution. The ceramic inks that are used can be printed onto any single flat glass surface and become bonded to the material via a unique toughening process. 

This leads to a beautiful finish while the glass remains incredibly strong. Alongside being scratch-proof, the design is also UV-resistant and capable of withstanding continuous exposure to the elements, ensuring it is perfect for use inside or outside. 

By utilising digital ceramic printing, customers are able to unlock an incredible variety of design options, including transparent, full colour, and opaque finishes. The method can also be used to create float, low iron, tinted, and mirror finishes, and it is suitable for use on 4mm to 12mm thickness class and 8.8mm-33mm laminated solutions. 

What ceramic printed glass can we produce?

We are committed to delivering the very best products possible for our customers, and our state-of-the-art facilities ensure we can use ceramic printing to create either single toughened glass solutions or toughened laminated glass options. This means they can be used for window units, roof lights, structural glass flooring and walls, splashbacks, countertops, table tops, shower screens, balustrades, signage, facades, and much more! 

So, if you want to find out more about our extensive range of services and how Me and My Glass can help you, get in touch today!

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