Tired of sepia decals? The NEW 3710 ceramic decal printer comes in True Black, True Blue or both! Fire up your economy. New lower price.
Design and fire crisp ceramic decals using specially engineered ceramic decal printers, fluxed decal papers or lamination, and one-of-a-kind ceramic toners developed by Rosetta Technologies. CerPrint ceramic decal printers also produce full-spectrum grayscale and lighter blue.
CerPrint offers high resolution control, food safe results and flexibility at an
affordable price point below other ceramic decal printers.
Priced for studio potters, schools and universities—especially for artists using digital tools to enhance their ceramic art.
Tired of sepia images from ceramic decals? CerPrint fires to true black or true blue. They produce the only deep color prints after firing on the market today.
CerPrint offers high resolution control, food safe results and flexibility at an affordable price point below other ceramic decal printers.
CerPrint True Black and True Blue decals can be fired, layered and re-fired from 1200 to 1600 degrees Fahrenheit because these ceramic decals fire clear where there isn’t toner.
Perfect for high end boutique tea sets and dinnerware as well as display art and promotional sales items.
Use purchased images or design your own using any creative software to make 1200x1200 dpi image. Print to the CerPrint 3710 True Black or True Blue ceramic decal waterslide media or lamination decal media.
CerPrint offers high resolution control, food safe results
and flexibility at an affordable price!
Some of our customers and friends from the ceramic artist community have shared photos of work created using CerPrint. We welcome high resolution photos of your artistic endeavors. You may submit a photo of your work in the Drop Us a Line section below.
I like to extend my techniques to something new. I found CerPrint True Black fascinating. I have a particular interest in Japanese culture and I wanted to work on an artistic approach to the decals. I began with the black ink cartridge image and used wood firing.
I love the product and love the idea. I had some problems on the pieces--they look like old, beaten up photographs--and my customers loved the look. The new paper is working perfectly. I just made a lot of masks and plates and I'm looking forward to decorating them using CerPrint.
I'm really impressed with what CerPrint does. I design my own artwork or redesign from stock images. I'm varying the firing temperatures and experimenting with the timing using fusible and float glass. I've also used enamel pours on the glass to give the art a background. Reverse painting techniques result in a thicker glass with a nice clear decal line.
Check out our blog for helpful hands-on how-to videos.
NEW CerPrint NCECA Artist Showcase with decal guru Justin Rothshank. He shows us his Indiana studio and gives us a lengthy CerPrint layering tutorial. (1 hr.)
NEW Lisa Rogers CerPrint NAEA Artist Showcase. Lisa shares how she uses CerPrint decals and how she layers them to create useful decorative works of art. (3 min.)
How-to use the lamination method to transfer your own art or purchased art into ceramic decals. (3 min.)
How to use the 1-step decal paper to transfer your own art or purchased art into ceramic decals. (3 min.)
Rosetta Technologies Customer Care Program provides a special level of service
for our customers. We strive to provide our customers with the highest
quality products and services suited to meet their needs.
CerPrint ceramic printers produce black and delft blue
ceramic decals for almost any ceramic substrate –
glazed, unglazed, glossy and matte.
Yes. CerPrint engineered the new CerPrint 3710 giving studio potters and students access to affordable True Black and True Blue decals. Buy a 3710 with both the Black and Blue toners to truly expand your tool kit. You may also choose to use a lamination process.
We offer a standing 10 percent discount for schools and universities. We accept purchase orders and most major credit cards.
Laser printers aren’t originally designed to print decals. CerPrint electrophotographic engineers set-up the CerPrint ceramic decal printers as a system. The printers run fluxed, unfluxed or donor paper lamination decal sheets without damage or jamming. The 3710 toners are also specifically engineered to run on the specified CerPrint system printer without damaging the printer. All CerPrint systems produce high resolution images that beautifully adhere and fire to ceramic, glass or enamel work.
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Yes! We can send sample decals created with True Black and True Blue for you to try on your own pieces. You may upload a PNG, TIFF, JPEG, EPS, or PSD in the contact us form and we’ll send you a trial sample decal in the color you choose.
In our tests, one CerPrint toner cartridge prints 500 ceramic decal sheets at 35 percent coverage on 8.5 x 11-inch sheets.
Absolutely! Complete the short form at the bottom of this page and upload a high resolution photo of your work–at least 300 dpi, please. Please let us know how we can reach you and how you would like us to give you credit and/or link to your studio website in return for posting your work.
CerPrint is a trademark of Rosetta Technologies Inc. based in Tampa, FL. Our mailing address is:
5912 Breckenridge Pkwy, Ste B
Tampa, FL 33610