Why Glazing Is Better Than Printing A Photo On A China Plate 76

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Those who wishes to photograph onto a china plate has two choices: getting the picture printed onto the plate or getting it glazed. The printing process is called as sublimation and involves a heatpress, special ink, and a coated plate. The centre of the plate is printed and pressure is applied by the heated press. It takes about a minute and the finished article doesn't look bad. The problem with printed plates is the image is not permanent and will wear off or fade quite quickly. The glazing process, however, is not nearly as quick as the plate needs to be heated to over 800C which takes most of the day as heating cannot be hurried and neither can the cooling otherwise the plate is liable to crack. Glazing takes longer as the plate has to be heated to around 825 degrees C in a kiln. The method used is the same as that used to produce your coffee mugs and dinner plates and the finish is permanent – very important if you want to clearly see the photograph in years to come.} Which process to use must surely be obvious: glazing. If you are searching for someone that will glaze a photo|photograph} onto a bone china plate try this site.

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