About DSG Custom Glass
Our glass technology capabilities extend far beyond the marine industry. We pride ourselves in pushing the boundaries of what can be done with glass; from digitally printed artwork to switchable tinting to integrated LED lighting our custom glass solutions serve as an eye-catching medium for your creativity.
As part of the Diamond Sea Glaze group, DSG Custom Glass is a dynamic, state of the art digital glass printing and imaging company. Drawing on 30 years of experience as a leader in the marine window and door industry, DSG Custom Glass brings you the best in custom glass solutions. Supported by our in house design and engineering group and fully automated glass and metal fabricating lines, we are well equipped to tackle any project: big or small.
In our continuing focus on innovation, we have added digital printing on glass to our Custom Glass manufacturing practice. Glass windows, displays, pieces of art or signage – whatever you can dream of – if it can be printed, we can print it on glass.
If you would like to discuss how we can give you a unique piece of art or decor, give us a call. Our team is ready to meet your challenge.
Recent advancements in technology have revolutionized glass imaging and printing. Until now, complex images or patterns on glass were primarily achieved with a vinyl overlay that fades, peels and cracks over time. The results are substandard products that are expensive to maintain and require frequent replacement. Though more basic images can be achieved with screen printing, the costs of the screens are prohibitive for one-off projects or even small production runs.
With our state of the art printer and custom frit inks designed specifically for glass printing, images and text are directly applied then fused into the glass. The result is a photorealistic image that never fades, never peels and never cracks.
The process begins with image preparation. Our design group will work with your image file and prepare it for transfer to our fully automated digital printer. Using state of the art equipment, the glass substrate is precision cut, edged, polished and washed before transfer into our specialized cleanroom for printing. After printing, the glass is sent to the tempering furnace. Here it is heated to approximately 600 degrees Celsius allowing the ink particles to fuse with the glass. This curing process permanently bonds the image to the glass and adds strength and durability.