KH Tasarim, the official representative of Dip-Tech in Turkey, has opened the Digital Glass Printing Center of Excellence, a professional center for digital ceramic in-glass printing – the first of its kind worldwide. Located in Instanbul, the Center offers complete printing on glass services to glass processors and also provides consulting services to architects and designers.
The Center is equipped with everything necessary to ensure an efficient printing on glass process and high-quality product: a fully automatic conveyer line; a washer and tilting table; the most-advanced, innovative Dip-Tech AR4000 Digital Ceramic Glass Printer with an inline dryer; and an unloading table. It is staffed by KH Tasarim’s experienced digital glass printer operators and business and application experts.
Full-service for glass processors, architects and designers
With this complete lineup, the Center offers glass processors an end-to-end glass decoration service, including washing, printing, drying and packing. It can also print glass samples for architects and designers, enabling them to learn about printed glass applications and the benefits for their projects.
Through the Center’s varied services, KH Tasarim facilitates professional relationships between architects, designers and glass processors, assists design professionals in finding the right glass processor suppliers for their projects, and helps drive business opportunities for glass processors.
A business enabler for all
“Our new Digital Ceramic Glass Printing Center lowers the barrier of entry for glass processors to expand into the decorative printed glass market,” said Kayhan Horasan, founder of KH Tasarim. “They can work with the printer here, and invite architects and designers to come to the center and work with them on samples. They can outsource projects to us, and say ‘yes’ to glass decoration projects even before they invest in their own printing equipment. It’s a risk-free way to build a lucrative new offering, ideal for small and large glass processing companies alike.”