Frequently asked questions
To begin with, the logo is screen-printed on decal paper, using ceramic inks. This decal is then soaked in water before being placed on the promotional item. Finally, the article is placed in an oven at temperatures of almost a thousand degrees for several hours. The paper eventually burns away to make way for a strong, permanent print.
As the name suggests, this indirect printing technique is specifically designed for the customisation of ceramic, porcelain and glass objects.
Ceramic transfer customisation allows you to print your Pantone colours (PMS) on any coloured background.
Unlike sublimation, which requires an object with a white background, ceramic transfer allows you to obtain an ultra-resistant reproduction of your artwork, regardless of the background colour.
Ceramic transfer printing is mainly used in projects involving the customisation of cups, plates, glasses or pots made of porcelain, ceramic or glass.