Replace your enamels by hot stamping:
Hot stamping on previously screen printed glass surface is an economic alternative to the use of gold and silver thermoplastic enamels.
The consumable costs are lower while still getting the same shiny effect for an overall minimized equipment investment.
The glass surface is screen printed with an epoxy ink, then dried at low temperature (80 to 100°C) before hot stamping. It is not necessary to put the decorated objects in an annealing leer; as a result the energy savings are important.
CER offers you several solutions based on rolling and/or vertical stamping: the G400 machine for the alcohol bottles and the QUADRAX.2-G for the cosmetic packaging with production speeds between 2000 to 3000 parts per hour.
Also for complex multicolour artworks, we can offer an alternative solution to ceramic decals using heat transfers directly applied on the glass surface without previous application of a screen printed layer.
Artwork and shape endless combinations