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Dip-Tech & Saint-Gobain Invite AIA Europe Attendees to Special Event on Digital Design In-Glass Printing


Press Release from Dip-Tech

April 25, 2017

Dip-Tech, the world’s leading provider of digital ceramic in-glass printing solutions, and a proud sponsor of the AIA Europe Architecture and Urbanism Conference (May 5-8), at the Jean Cocteau Museum in Nice, France. We are pleased to sponsor and attend architects at a unique cocktail and evening event and host our local partner Saint-Gobain Building Glass Europe.

First-hand insights from one of the worldwide leaders of the glass industry
A renowned French glass manufacturer, and owner of three Dip-Tech printers, Saint-Gobain has created magnificent digitally printed glass installations using Dip-Tech technology, throughout the country.

Scheduled for May 5, 2017 at the Jean Cocteau Museum in Nice, France, the Digital Design In-Glass session will give participants exclusive insight into digital ceramic in-glass printing for both interior and exterior applications, from the successful experiences of Saint-Gobain, one of the worldwide leaders of the glass industry.

“We are proud to cooperate with a leader in the European market like Saint-Gobain, with whom we’ve worked for many years creating groundbreaking digitally printed glass installations,” commented Niv Raz, Head of Architecture Division at Dip-Tech and joint presenter at the AIA event. “In addition to the Digital Design In-Glass session, we look forward to meeting with the many talented architects who will be attending AIA Europe, and discussing their relevant projects.”

“Our belief in the potential for digital ceramic in-glass printing can be seen in how we do business,” commented Dr. Rino Messere, Global Product Manager of Building Glass Europe at Saint-Gobain. “We have actively chosen Dip-Tech multiple times, with Dip-Tech printers installed at three of our factories in France, working and printing on a continual basis.”
 

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