Fabio Avoni describes the four series of products of the Colorobbia Digital Space range, including the last one for dry applications.
The main paint manufacturers and producers of raw materials present in the Tecnargilla’s Kromatech section showed satisfaction for the results of the fair and its success.
The Spanish glaze and colour producer is expanding its international presence by opening branches in Italy, Turkey and Egypt.
Metco is returning to the Kromatech section of Tecnargilla (Hall D5, stand 006) to present the completion of its “Magnificent Surfaces” project after developing the SSI Soluble Solvent Inks system, better known by the brand name SinkMet.
By joining the fundraising campaign "Adopt a work of art", Colorobbia has financed the restoration of one of the 10 Andrea della Robbia’s glazed ceramic masterpieces, which are the symbols of the Ospedale degli Innocenti in Florence.
The new Digital Effects and Digital Materials families of products are designed to add material textures, contrasts, sheen and relief to further enhance ceramic products.
Large sizes, the full-digital process, new digital material finishes and special digital effects are the key concepts that will define the future of ceramic technology as envisaged by Colorobbia.
The major producers of brick production machinery will be in the area reserved for Claytech, while the Kromatech section will host colour companies, design studios and raw materials.
Sinkmet soluble colours can be used on full-body porcelain tile to obtain veins and extraordinary aesthetic effects without the aid of glaze or glass sandwiching, while maintaining the technical qualities of porcelain.
The latest of the micro-grits making up the GHR range developed by Sicer-Lab is due to be unveiled at Coverings 2016.
Amongst the new products, the series of HV4 digital inks is able to obtain the maximum colour yield and stability.
Along with the already well-known ceramic inks, the Spanish ink manufacturer is introducing a new range of products capable of creating unique digital effects.