There are numerous ink types
that can be applied to ceramics, the following is a brief description of the 5
most common types and their applications.
Kera Underglaze Printing
The Kera Underglaze Printing Ink
is specially formulated to be either screen printed directly onto a flat
ceramic surface i.e. tiles, plus Transfer Printed onto curved surfaces -
both greenware & bisqueware.
Simple, no other Ceramic ink has been
developed to provide the versatility required for screen printing and
transferring of designs from a secondary surface [transfer paper]. The ink can
also be screen printed directly onto flat surfaces. Normal underglaze inks are
developed for brushing and will dry in the screen & on the transfer paper.
Kera Onglaze Printing Ink
Once an item has been glazed and fired,
only an onglaze ink may be applied to further decorate the item. Kera
Onglaze Printing Ink may be directly screen printed onto a glazed flat surface
i.e. glazed tiles.
Details -click here . .
FastBright Low Firing
Onglaze & Glass Ink
A newly developed ink for low firing
applications onto onglaze materials and glass. Details -click here . .