About Print Colors
1. The original colors of the logo, image you send for printing, which appear on the screen or on paper, and the colors applied on glass or porcelain are never in the same tone cannot be done. This difference is especially evident in the intermediate colors. The ordering company/person is deemed to have accepted that they have placed an order by considering these conditions.
2. If you want the colors to be as close to the real thing If you show sensitivity, sample work is required. Sample fee varies between 200TL + VAT and 1500TL + VAT according to the number of colors in the print. The sample product is prepared between 2-5 days. Please inquire for sample fee.
3. Also, when the same image is applied to both glass and porcelain products, there will be a difference in tone.
Reasons for point 1: Glass and porcelain paints are derived from metal metals; primary color paints produced in the same blend at one time give the same color appearance. In the next production blended dyes may not give the exact same color appearance as they are extracted from different mining locations. Intermediate colors are obtained by mixing the primary colors with the formula. Some shades of color can never be achieved on glass and porcelain. Therefore, it is recommended that you take care to use primary colors when preparing your logo and visual designs. In addition, the logos of all major brands and companies usually consist of 1 or 2 colors and are designed to be simple and easy to read.
Reasons for point 2: These fees are charged because the prints are made by screen printing as opposed to a digital system. The production processes such as formulating separate dyes for each color, mold preparation, printing, transfer to the product, and baking take approximately 3-4 days. These fees are also linked to the order quantity, as the same sample process is used for low and high volume orders, so for low volume orders the sample fee can be a large proportion of the total order quantity.
Reasons for point 3: Glass paints are fired at 600C and porcelain paints at 800C. Glass and porcelain paints are produced from different raw materials, and since the same paints are not used in glass and porcelain products, they do not appear in exactly the same color tones. Another factor is that the surface of glass is transparent, while porcelain is white. On a transparent background, paints usually appear transparent, which is why glass prints are dull and weak, while porcelain prints are bright and vibrant.