The use of Premier satellite heads has allowed the Spanish manufacturer Cicogres to reduce costs and obtain excellent quality results in the lapping of round tiles with a diameter of 750 and 1,000 mm.
The green philosophy of StM makes waterjet cutting even more attractive for small- and medium-sized businesses. With its integrated sustainability concept, Austrian waterjet pioneer helps small and medium-sized businesses pave the way into sustainable production based on “Industry 4.0” standards.
Gruppo Colorobbia’s eKo series is a new generation of organic-based digital inks designed for ceramic manufacturers seeking maximum production efficiency combined with a lower environmental impact.
Drawn from Sibelco’s unique deposits in Norway, Spectrum® nepheline syenite enhances the aesthetic and functional characteristics of matt glazes and helps to reduce production costs.
MProject Consulting launches RPD (Remote Product Development), a new program for remote ceramic product development and industrialisation which allows for a faster process and product standardisation.
The first water-based digital glue produced by Smaltochimica has been used in industrial production since March with excellent results in terms of reduction of emission parameters.
SACMI is presenting the next generation of robotic systems for hygienic glaze application.
Characteristics and advantages of the new Durst True Digital Tile Manufacturing 4.0
Reliability and robustness are the key features of Seiko’s new RC1536 printheads for water-based ink applications.
Besides the advantages of the satellite respect to the fickert, Premier launches its new parallel row Satellite System for ceramic tile lapping
NoCoat (Surfaces Group) has begun the process of obtaining FCM (food contact materials) certification for its products
With its SuperShine technology, BMR innovates the stage subsequent to ceramic tile lapping