Legendary Swiss Watch will be printed
Wencia Luxury Group signed a contract with IQDEMY, DPS Innovations and Caldera on joint manufacturing of high-tech equipment for printing on the watch surface
Wencia <http://wencia.ru/en/> - is a European jewelry and watch-making company following in the footsteps of the Swiss tradition of watch manufacturing. Due to its reliability the label is held in high esteem worldwide and one of the top brands. Led by David Wenger, descendent from an old jeweler's dynasty, the company tends to preserve and expand traditions of crafting exquisite jewelry and watches of impeccable quality.
The newest development in which IQDEMY's print solutions play an important role allows for supply of various images on watch bands and faces made of silver, gold, platinum and other precious metals. Thanks to the unique technology that has been developed by IQDEMY, Caldera and DPS-innovations, the new exclusive product will make its debut in the watch and elite jewelry markets.
Besides print equipment, IQDEMY will design an ink technology that allows for silver printing. It will be used for supplying haptic relief images on the watch surface with unusual fluorescent effects. Samples of the new watches and ink will be displayed at core industry exhibitions in the near future.
IQDEMY SWISS SA
IQDEMY was founded to unite the world's best practices and expertise of companies which develop, manufacture and sale electronics, engineering and software. The objective of the company is to sell the ready-made business on the basis of newest technology solutions in these areas. The IQDEMY team has more 15 years experience in the market. Its professionals are one of the most successful players in the international market of digital large format printing. The success of the team is based on the experience, professionalism, and a sincere desire to be the best. www.iqdemy.pro
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