This is another cool project from Ron Holthuysen of Scientific Art Studio, Richmond CA. These were historic photos that we fired into tile. Ron and his staff then cut the tile to the outline of the picture and assembled them. There are 3 layers of tile to give the sculptures dimension. This project was for Kaiser Permanente in Richmond, CA
Our Digital Ceramic Printer System uses specialized ceramic toners to produce high resolution photographic prints for imaging on ceramics, porcelain and glass. It is now possible to create one ceramic decal or hundreds easily and for the same low cost per print. Our system is perfect for porcelain photos for cemetery memorials, outdoor signage, tile murals, backsplashes, custom tableware, awards, kiln-fired decals for ceramic studios and much more. Your imagination
is truly the only limit.
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DCT Printers Inc
101 W 30th St
Phoenix, AZ 85034
(602) 416-1036
- Industry leading print quality
- Lowest initial investment
- Lowest cost of finished decals per square inch
- The best support system
- The most complete training program
- All supplies stocked in our AZ warehouse
- Low cost lease program available
- Ricoh Maintenance program available
Why Purchase the DCT System
Are you curious about how Digital Ceramic Printers work? How memorial photos are made? Want to see some of the projects we have completed? How about what some of the participants say about our classes? Click here to go to our youtube channel and see all of this and more.
Convert your system
Do you have one of our competitors systems? Switch to our toners and we will give you the conversion kit at no charge. Imagine no more wire transfers, duties and inflated shipping charges. And our toner is nearly $400 per Kg less. Call us for more information
Every Wednesday - 10 am MST
Are you considering the purchase of a Digital Ceramic Printer or just curious about how the process works? Join us for this one hour live video webinar. We will show printing and covercoating decals, applying them to tile and memorials and the firing process. This is an interactive presentation so we will be answering your questions as we go. So that we can answer everyones questions, we are limiting participation to the first 15 people to register.
Click here to sign up
Digital Ceramic Printing Webinars
Easy Lease terms
No Payments for 90 Days
Our lending partner, Craig Colling at Paramount Financial has great rates available. You can now lease a system for as low as $249 per month (upon credit approval). They can even finance startup businesses. Click on the link below to apply online or for Craig's contact information.
Free Digital Ceramics Training
We have more training classes scheduled at our shop. Join us November 7 - 8. We will go over everything you need to know to successfully operate a Digital Ceramic Printing System and begin your business. All of our classes are no charge and you are welcome to attend whether you own one of our systems, own a competitors system, are considering the purchase of a system or just want to know more about the process. Click here to see what some of our past attendees say. Want more information? Click here...
Projects Made With Our Systems
Here are some pictures of pottery decorated with our systems. We wanted to show these to demonstrate that our systems aren't just for tile and memorials. We want to thank Erik at MudFire and Diane and Geno at Sun Styles for letting us use their images. Check out more about Erik and his work with our system on our blog
We recently printed decals for 1300 tiles for a Public Art project in San Diego, CA.
Read more about the AjA Project
here...
We made these plaques for the City of Phoenix to replace bronze plaques which had been stolen. Read more here...
This is a 3' x 5' plaque outlining the history of a historic building in San Francisco, Ca
We are doing a lot of experimenting with fused glass and decals. We are getting some great results. The toner and printing process is the same as ceramics. Application and firing are different.