GGI officials say the machines allow the company to undertake a broader spectrum of projects

General Glass International (GGI) recently installed a new Dip-Tech DX-3 Series digital printer and a Ypsos vertical glass computer-numerical-controlled (CNC) machine into its facility. GGI officials say the machines allow the company to undertake a broader spectrum of projects, from bespoke interior designs to architectural exteriors.

Officials explain that the digital printer improves productivity through faster running speeds and split conveyor systems. It also enables the use of conductive and precious metal inks alongside traditional inks. Officials say the CNC machine enables GGI to execute intricate cuts, complex shapes and flawless finishes with improved accuracy.

President and CEO David Balik adds that the machines help elevate fabrication capabilities, reduce lead times, and prioritize energy efficiency and waste reduction.

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