In September, the Italian glaze and colour producer opened an elegant and spacious showroom at its Indonesian site and launched a virtual 3D Gallery of its Ubersetto showroom
Sicer has installed new state-of-the-art laboratory instruments including simultaneous thermal and spectroscopic analysis equipment for the characterisation of semi-finished products
While Full Digital is without question the ultimate goal, it is important to manage the change by developing a mentality that combines ceramic expertise with a knowledge of the specific aspects of the digital process.
By Sergio Marcaccioli, Sicer (Fiorano, Italy)
In addition to the existing range of inks and digital materials, the new company Sicer – Inkera will soon begin producing glazes and ceramic compounds along with technical grits and specialties for glazing high-end ceramic surfaces.
The new series of dry application grits and innovative eco-solvent-based inks were unveiled at the event.
The new inks in Sicer’s SINKS range will allow for the production of utterly novel ceramic surfaces.
Sicer products are strictly Italian-made, designed and manufactured in the new R&D centre in Fiorano Modenese. Find out more about Sicer: watch the video.
Sicer has opened a new research centre in Fiorano and upgraded its production facility in Torriana (Rimini) with new cutting-edge plant.
In keeping with its growth strategy over the last two years, Sicer has opened its new facility in Ubersetto di Fiorano.