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DIP-TECH: High-Performance Functional Inks

July 29, 2014
Dip-Tech, a global provider of digital ceramic in-glass printing solutions, recently announced the release of new functional inks, expanding its range of digitalDip-Tech 300 ceramic inks for glass. Dip-Tech Extra Durable S1 inks and Dip-Tech Slip-Resistance ink were reportedly developed to answer the needs of the architectural glass market and enable glass processors to bring more value to their printed glass offering.
Dip-Tech Extra Durable S1 black and white inks were developed for digital printing on the external side of glass panels, which reportedly reduces reflections. With enhanced resistance to chemical and environmental elements, the inks reportedly offer extreme resilience. Dip-Tech Slip-Resistance ink has an etched glass-like appearance that creates anti-slip surfaces when wet or dry, reportedly making it ideal for exterior and interior flooring applications.
“Our new inks are the result of years of intensive R&D and close collaboration with glass processors and architects around the world,” said Yariv Matzliach, Dip-Tech CEO. “We research the evolving needs of our customers, and focus on developing products that meet and exceed current market requirements. Combining aesthetics and functional performance, Dip-Tech is moving forward and continually providing innovative solutions with digital printing on glass.”
The new inks are compatible with the full line of Dip-Tech digital in-glass printers and are supported by the DXP software for advanced image processing. They will be available beginning August 1.
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