One of the most challenging parts in developing reliable inks is making a stable dispersion of particles within the ink. This is particularly true for ceramic inks containing pigments for color applications.
These inks are fused into glasses or ceramic tiles for decorative or functional purposes. For the final product to be appealing in this ever-expanding market, colors must be vivid and vibrant, enabled thanks to an optimized pigment distribution. With this in mind, how can we formulate ceramic inks for high-performance? Find out more in this case study.