KeramInks: Tile Decoration With Digital Inkjet Printing

Ferro was the first to develop and introduce digital inkjet decoration to the tile market, offering advantages not yet seen in the marketplace.

Inkjet printing provides touchless printing, prints reliefs and creates effects with exquisite detail and quality. Today, digital inkjet decoration is recognized as the leading-edge tile printing technique, helping tile manufacturers improve production efficiency and reduce the total cost of their products.
Inkjet printing can produce a variety of effects on ceramic tile, including wood grain. KeramInks produces a wide variety of effects, allowing tile manufacturers to achieve high-definition, detailed looks of natural products such as wood, stone and complex mosaics, as well as repeating geometric and irregular patterns, floral patterns, metallic effects, and reproductions of photographed images. Inkjet technology is a touchless method that produces both high and low reliefs and allows printing to the edge of the piece, reducing scrap. The method makes the development of new products easier and reduces modeling costs because models are designed with Photoshop® software without the need to print test screens, test windows, or test cylinders to prepare ink for the trials. 
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600450 KeramInks: Tile Decoration With Digital Inkjet Printing
Date: 23 June 2010
Source: Ferro

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