About the Printing Colors Used on Glass and Porcelain
1. The original color tones of logo or images that you send for printing can never be achieved perfectly on glass or porcelain. The difference can be more evident particularly for intermediate colors.
2. If you are sensitive about the closeness of colors to the truth, sample work is required. The sample fee varies between 150TL + VAT and 500TL + VAT depending on the number of colors in the print. The sample product is prepared for 2-5 days. You need to inquire information about the Sample fee.
3. Also when applied to the same visual both glass and porcelain product, there will be a difference in tone between them.
The reason for this is that the paints made for glass and porcelain are produced from different materials, and glass is transparent and porcelain is white.
Reasons for Article 1: Glass and porcelain paints are derived from metal mines. The main color paints produced in the same harmony give the same color appearance. In the next production, the blend colors may not give the same color appearance to the individual as they are extracted from different mine locations. Intermediate colors are obtained by mixing the main colors with the formula. Some shades of color can never be obtained on glass and porcelain. It is therefore recommended that you take care to use the main colors when preparing your logo and visual designs. In addition, the logos of all major brands and companies are usually made up of 1 or 2 colors, designed to be simple and easy to read.
Reasons for 2 nd substances: The demand for these charges is made by the serigraph method, unlike the digital system of the printing. Production processes such as mold preparation for each color, preparation of the mold, printing, transfer to the product and baking are about 3-4 days. In addition, these fees are linked to the order quantity, because the same sample process runs for low and high volume orders, the sample price for low volume orders can be a large percentage of the total order quantity.
Reasons for material 3: Glass paints are baked at 600 ° C, porcelain paints are baked at 800 ° C. Glass and porcelain paints are produced from different raw materials, and they do not appear in the same color tones except for the same paints used in glass and porcelain. Another factor is that the glass surface is transparent and the porcelain is white. It appears transparent on the transparent floor, usually in dyes. So glass prints are more lifeless and weaker while porcelain prints look brighter and more vibrant.