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Dip-Tech to Present New Printers and Inks at Glasstec 2014

Dip-Tech, world-leading provider of digital ceramic in-glass printing solutions, announced it will unveil its newest line of printers at glasstec 2014.

Dip-Tech, world-leading provider of digital ceramic in-glass printing solutions, announced it will unveil its newest line of printers at Glasstec 2014, running from October 21 to 24 in Düsseldorf, Germany. The new GP Series offers glass processors an easy entry into the fast-growing field of high-versatility, high-durability glass printing. At the show, Dip-Tech will also highlight its newest functional inks.
Additionally, on October 21 at 16:00 CET (4:00 PM), Dip-Tech CEO Yariv Matzliach will take the stage at Dip-Tech’s booth (12A31). An exciting special announcement will be shared at this time and all are invited and encouraged to join Dip-Tech and partake in a champagne toast.
Dip-Tech’s end-to-end solution includes field-proven digital in-glass printers, digital ceramic inks, and design-to-glass software for advanced image processing, backed by comprehensive know-how and responsive service. Provided with tools and strategies that span technical, graphics, applications, business development, sales and marketing, the comprehensive Dip-Tech solution ensures exceptional printing results for multiple applications, optimal printer productivity and a proven approach to market penetration.
At the Dip-Tech booth, visitors can meet the international Dip-Tech team over hot coffee or a cold beer and learn how Dip-Tech’s innovations can help them grow their business. Live demonstrations of the GP24 and AR4000 digital ceramic in-glass printers will run throughout the show.
Glasstec will mark the world premiere of Dip-Tech’s GP Series of digital ceramic in-glass printers. These printers provide a superior platform for small to medium glass processors that are taking their first steps into glass printing or wish to enlarge their product offering. They are ideal for exterior and interior architecture applications, as well as for transportation replacement, bullet proof, yacht glazing and other industries that typically require small to medium runs. GP Series printers can print on glass panels up to 2400 x 4000 millimeters (95 x 157 inches) with thicknesses ranging from 2 to 19 millimeters (0.08 to 0.75 of an inch). The printers are driven by new operating software that features a highly intuitive, multi-lingual user interface and easy-to-follow trouble-shooting. The new software is also implemented in all other Dip-Tech printers.
“The new GP Series is based on our field-proven Glassjet PRO Series, which has been driving printed glass success at more than 100 glass processors for almost 10 years,” said Yariv Matzliach, CEO at Dip-Tech. “Enhanced with our latest technological innovations, the GP Series extends the benefits and opportunities opened by digital ceramic glass printing to a wider variety of glass processing businesses. It answers a real market need, to enable smaller and medium size glass processing operations to add value to their offering while gaining a fast return on investment.”
Dip-Tech is also exhibiting its top-of-the-line AR Series printers at Glasstec. AR Series printers meet the needs of medium to large production lines, offering faster speed, up to 76 square meters per hour (818 square feet per hour), superior printing quality, and higher opacity. The printers have an optimized footprint with built-in conveyers and can be installed with an optional inline dryer.
All GP Series and AR Series printers support the full range of Dip-Tech Digital Ceramic Inks for glass. Dip-Tech’s newest functional inks, Dip-Tech Extra Durable Superb1 (S1) inks and Dip-Tech Slip-Resistance ink will be exhibited at Glasstec through unique printed glass elements. The Extra Durable S1 inks are designed for digital printing on the external side of glass surfaces for applications such as building facades, balustrades and canopies. The Slip-Resistance ink, with its etched glass-like appearance, creates anti-slip surfaces when wet or dry, making it ideal for exterior and interior flooring applications in commercial and residential sites.

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