Mirrors can create a new cabin image


Above: Mirror printing, coloring and lighting can be used to create new cabin effects. Photo credit: Mark Damon, Las Vegas News Bureau

April 14, 2016 – AviationGlass & Technology, a Dutch company specialized in glass products for the aviation industry, today announced that it is enabling greater personalization and branding opportunities in aircraft interiors by offering printing and color options for its AeroGlassMirrors.

The company has developed a multi-color printing technique that digitally embeds and seals both text and images inside its laminated mirrors, which eliminates the risk of print being scratched off or fading. The mirrors are also available in any color, and with an integrated lighting feature.

John Rietveldt, AviationGlass & Technology’s CEO, said, “Our advanced technique means that printing is digitally embedded so that text and images are quite literally “locked inside” the ultra-thin AeroGlass. This ensures the highest quality and no risk of print scratching off or fading over time. Combined with integrated lighting and mirrored glass available in all the colors of the rainbow, personalization in private jets and branding in commercial aircraft become seamlessly integrated into the on-board experience.”

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