As opposed to organic colors, ceramic colors remain impervious to damage and unaltered over time. However, both technologies allow for laminating the painted side of the glass pane, in case of a laminate glass application. In the case of organic printing, it is highly recommended to laminate the printed side, whereas lamination is not a prerequisite for ceramic printing. Yet, another point of differentiation is that organic colors require protection against humidity and solar radiation, restricting their use solely to interior design applications, in stark contrast to the unrestricted range of applications for digital ceramic printing.
One of the major concerns for architects became the type of glass that would best conceal the structural elements of a building, as the use of architectural glass grew throughout the world, while fulfilling both the project’s technical constraints and design needs. This concern is even more evident in regions where temperatures could reach values of up to 100°C, combined with very high humidity levels.
When painted glass is the preferred choice, it’s crucial that the type of printing technology used, provides ultimate protection against local climatic conditions.
VASGLASS, through its vast experience and the technological infrastructure its employs, achieve sought- out balance between function and aesthetics, has having developed a thorough portfolio of interior design and architectural glass application solutions based on digital printing, freeing the creativity of contemporary decorators, architects, engineers and contractor, setting its limit only to their imagination.
To that extent, VASGLASS is available to supplement the skills of its clients, offering access to both the technical and creative advice of its in-house graphic designer.