Whether you prefer elegantly frosted printed shot glasses or colourfully printed shot glasses, Glass and Ceramic Printers has you covered. When it comes to printing a design onto a shot glass there are three ways to accomplish this.
Cold Printing/Pad Printing: This process stamps the design onto the beer glass, the problem with this process is the decal can easy be scratched off, you are very limited to colours and the glass in not dishwasher safe.
Engraving: A good process for your design to be permanently on the glass, drawbacks are you are limited in colour (normally 1) and finished product can feel a little rough in your hand.
Kiln Fired: This is the process of firing the glassware to 550 degrees, this process allows you to have up to 15 colours, your design forever lasting, the end product feels great in your hand.
Ask your current supplier which process they use when printing onto shot glasses, if they don’t kiln fire ask them why not!
For shot glass printing we only use the kiln firing technique, maybe that is the reason we are the preferred supplier to hospitality companies Australasia wide for shot glass printing.
The reason we have not put any pricing on the site for shot glass printing is there are many factors that come into play. Factors like, how many colours, how many shot glasses need printing, are we supplying the shot glasses to print on or do you already have them, how many positions and how big is the shot glass.
For an obligation free quotation on your next shot glass print run or to discuss the idea you have in mind contact Glass and Ceramic Printers by clicking on the make an enquiry button below.