Dip-Tech brought a new dimension to its booth display at the recent China Glass 2015 tradeshow, with its customers attesting to the highly positive business impact of Dip-Tech digital ceramic glass printing technology. Through a series of live interviews with Chinese and international customers and the architects they worked with, Dip-Tech presented the real-world experiences of glass processors who are growing their businesses with digital ceramic glass printing.
Dip-Tech AR and GP series digital ceramic glass printers were on display at the booth, along with unique printed glass design applications and powerful images of projects in China and around the world that have incorporated digitally printed glass. Visitors watched digital glass printing in real-time, examined the wide array of samples, and met with members of the Dip-Tech team.
The daily live-interview presentations were a highlight on the show floor, providing visitors with a unique opportunity to hear about the fast-growing demand for digitally printed glass and how Dip-Tech digital ceramic printing has benefited glass processors’ companies.
Greg Hunt, Director of G. James Glass & Aluminum, Australia shared that “Digital ceramic glass printing provides a way of putting that individual touch on architects’ and designers’ projects. The ability to create a permanent image or pattern on the panel of glass that is not affected by environmental stresses is a major factor in the success of Dip-Tech digitally printed glass.”
China’s South Bright Glass and Taishan Huayue Glass both noted that their Dip-Tech printers makes them unique among their competitors and that they are seriously considering purchasing a second printer. Additionally, Taishan Huayue Glass commented that it is in continual production on its Dip-Tech printer and the addition of its digital printing product line has propelled the company to a position of prestige and influence in the architectural market.
BAM Architects and Hong Kong Allen Art emphasized that what drew them to the Dip-Tech technology is its flexibility and the limitless possibilities for achieving their design inspirations without the restrictions imposed by traditional printing technology.
“Architects and glass processors standing together and telling the story of a project brought the value of Dip-Tech into clear focus,” said Yuval Nahum, Dip-Tech’s VP of North APAC & Oceania. “Our customers are empowered to provide the right solutions to the architects, having a significant impact on their business.”