The Russian and Eastern European markets are increasingly important to the Spanish leader in digital printing on glass. They are very mindful of the potential offered by this sophisticated technology, perfect for making the best use of glass in architecture and interior design. Many new projects and events illustrate the value glass decoration specialists place on the most innovative, high-quality solutions that will add value to glass panels while also providing unique options for customization. A trend amply confirmed at the recently concluded Mir Stekla 2019 international glass industry trade show that drew industry professionals from around the world to Moscow in April and, once again, richly rewarded the partnership between Tecglass and HFD House.
Featured at Mir Stekla was the new Jetver Ultra range of ceramic inks, developed in the Tecglass labs and already successfully marketed in Russia by HFD House. These inks produce textures that mimic the most varied materials, geometric patterns with special effects, and high-definition images to decorate an ever-growing number of glass surfaces, suited to all kinds of applications and easily produced with Tecglass machines in the shortest time possible and with maximum print output. Thanks to its ongoing research efforts, the Spanish firm offers six different digital printing machines, customizable based on need, and designed to meet the most varied design and production requirements of everyone from small shops to large international operations.
With a complete line of flexible, easy to operate and efficient machines, Tecglass can ensure the highest print quality for all sectors, from home appliances and automotive, to architecture and interior design, with excellent definition and all the special chromatic effects imaginable.