Welcome to the exciting and revolutionary new PATENTED affordable process for permanently firing images onto any Kiln Fireable Glazed or Glass Surface Home hobbyists, contemporary studios, schools, glass, ceramic and porcelain artists and scrapbookers now have a new archival canvas for their fabulous creations.
Unlike photographic sublimation processes (mall kiosk- photo plates), your projects can be oven, microwave, dishwasher and food safe. Best of all you can easily do it yourself with an inexpensive *HP or Canon Black and White Laser Printer or Copier, Fired-On Images Transfer Paper and access to a kiln.
Images fire to a beautiful sepia brown and can be "colorized" with a variety of easy techniques. Just imagine firing grandma’s photo with her handwritten recipe card onto a beautiful platter. There won’t be a dry eye in the house when you place this heirloom treasure on the family table.
*As of 2019, a few of HP’s NEW Black Laser printers have changed their toner formulation. Before you buy a new HP printer for this process, please check the cartridge number on HP’s MSDS site to be sure your toner contains either Iron Oxide or Ferrite. http://h22235.www2.hp.com/hpinfo/globalcitizenship/environment/productdata/ljmsdsuseng.html There is also a link on the FAQ page at www.fired-on.com ALL Canon Black-Only laser printers still work for this process.