There's only two items and one service in this category, but we think it is special enough to warrant it. Capture any image - from a photograph, graphic design program, or even text from your word processor - and fire it in to your glass items.
How? Simply print on the decal paper in a monochrome last printer. The decal is transferred from the paper to your glass and fired. The resulting image appears in sepia tones.
Good images for this process are those with high contrast which look good in grey scale - including line drawings. With a sepia colouration, we've found it best to fire the images on white, off-white, cream and vanilla colours. But that's our personal preference - it does fire successfully on all sorts of colours.
It can be fired on to the surface of glass (3 mm or 6 mm) at temperatures between 700-780ºC and between coloured and clear glass. You need to be prepared to experiment, though, to achieve optimal results.
NOTE: THIS PAPER DOES NOT WORK WITH COLOUR LASERS, HIGH TEMPERATURE PRINTERS OR INKJET PRINTERS.