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Digital printing makes it possible to reproduce a logo, design, image, serial number or anything else on the glass and to easily produce any type of design on small or medium quantities of glass. Using a computer file, the machine can create the most artistic, colourful prints possible.

The technique of printing on glass is ideal for various applications such as advertising and communication (original exhibition stands, promotions, gifts, store decoration etc.), architecture (entrance doors, company logos, modern buildings etc.) and interior furnishings. Sprimoglass offers an innovative, personalised product while guaranteeing delivery deadlines that defy the competition. 

Printing on glass

Sandblasted glass

Sandblasting is a frosting and engraving process involving projecting a powerful jet (pressure of 3 to 6 bar) of abrasive material (aluminium oxide) at the surface of the glass. The grains of abrasive material create tiny cavities that give the glass a sandy appearance.

Sandblasting can be applied to clear or coloured, tempered or non-tempered float glass and to laminated glass and mirrors. Sandblasted glass can be included in insulating units (sandblasted surface in the air cavity).

The pressure of the jet, the quality of the abrasive and the speed with which the nozzle advances are configured uniquely to guarantee harmonious sandblasting with an impeccable aesthetic appearance. We highly recommend applying the special "Visiclair" treatment to single sandblasted glazing to preserve its quality. This treatment protects the sandblasted surface and makes it easier to clean finger marks.


Thanks to revolutionary production tools (the latest bilateral machinery, 5-axis machinery etc.) whose primary goal is to "shape" the glass into its final form, Sprimoglass, with its many years of experience, can produce any existing shape. The only limit is your imagination…


Engraving involves shaping an image on the surface of the glass to create an architectural or vector graphic design.
The most common rectilinear engraving is known as "Filet de Versailles".

It can be added to a wide range of glazing solutions, including clear float glass, which highlights all the aesthetic properties of the engraving.
We recommend engraving glass at least 6 mm thick.

Engraving can make your glazing or glass door a design element.

Sprimodesign is the name for sandblasted glass, engraved glass and high-performance shaping from Sprimoglass.

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