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Posted on Mon, 12 Apr 2004 at 19:20



At the recent coverings expo my boss saw a tile that was done with decals. The person said it wasn’t screened, they could get up to 1000 sheets / hour, it was fired on, and they could achieve resolution over 600DPI and were working on 1200DPI. They were quite a small operation based in NY (allied ceramics).

Someone suggested that HP Indigo could now be able to use ceramic frits. I'm assuming it wasn't any sort of dye sub as they said it was "fired".They also said it wasn't done using ceramic toner. Any ideas what they’d be doing. I said to my boss I’d try a few leads.

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Anonymous says: i am intrested in making screen for acid use.like marking on knief . and many stainless good.can u help me. what is name of film.how to exposs it. how to devlope it and how to paste film on screen cloth.please ...

i am intrested in making screen for acid use.like marking on knief . and many stainless good.can u help me. what is name of film.how to exposs it. how to devlope it and how to paste film on screen cloth.please informe me. i will be thank full to you.

younas

posted on: Fri, 04/23/2004 - 10:32pm
Anonymous says: i resd that an irish university is working on ceramic ink for ink jet printers posted on: Tue, 04/18/2006 - 4:47pm
LQL says: We developed some ceramic inks for inkjet printers a few years ago, but we are manufacturing a dozens of colour ceramic toners for laser printers and copiers. LQL (laiqinling@hotmail.com) posted on: Thu, 08/10/2006 - 1:42pm
lyhe81 says: Mike Wilson wrote:At the recent coverings expo my boss saw a tile that was done with decals. The person said it wasn’t screened, they could get up to 1000 sheets / hour, it was fired on, and they could ...

Mike Wilson wrote:
At the recent coverings expo my boss saw a tile that was done with decals. The person said it wasn’t screened, they could get up to 1000 sheets / hour, it was fired on, and they could achieve resolution over 600DPI and were working on 1200DPI. They were quite a small operation based in NY (allied ceramics).

Someone suggested that HP Indigo could now be able to use ceramic frits. I'm assuming it wasn't any sort of dye sub as they said it was "fired".They also said it wasn't done using ceramic toner. Any ideas what they’d be doing. I said to my boss I’d try a few leads.

Mike, can you check my website, http://lyhe81.googlepages.com for the printer and the products. I can also print ceramic or porcelain job. My email
lyhe81@gmail.com
Patrick

posted on: Fri, 10/27/2006 - 5:32pm
LipChip says: Hello, Our company, Lip Chip Solutions, Inc., is now the contracted North America Exclusvie (Worldwide Sales Distributor) for CTG PrintTEC (www.ctg-printtec.com). We can show you that we have the absolute ...

Hello,
Our company, Lip Chip Solutions, Inc., is now the contracted North America Exclusvie (Worldwide Sales Distributor) for CTG PrintTEC (www.ctg-printtec.com). We can show you that we have the absolute best possible imaging/decoration with our ceramic laser toners. Our new CLC (Canon, Ricoh, Xerox, and others) solution is proving to have the best possible colors in both "magenta" and "red" color sets. Our glass toners are second to none in the world. Email me: CTG_USA@LipChip.com

posted on: Mon, 10/19/2009 - 7:19pm
LQL says: check the http://www.dcphub.com/process.htm and see how the boy do this digital ceramic printing professional work. Lql posted on: Mon, 05/14/2007 - 12:20pm

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