This cool website from Corning allows you to print photos, calendars, cards on Gorilla Glass

Corning released it’s Masterpix service in India, which is an order-to-print service but not on any ordinary material. The Masterprix service utilizes Corning Gorilla Glass material to protect our pictures, which has been used to protects our smartphones. These pictures are printed on a layer using UV-cured ink and then the whole glass is protected with an anti-splinter film to hold the glass pieces together in case of breakage.

Masterpix provides Gorilla Glass product like wedding photography, certificates, interior decor and business/visiting cards. All of these products will be crafted using Corning Gorilla Glass and delivered to you. Masterpix print your picture on a Gorilla Glass in a multi-layer process which includes three layers; Anti-splinter film, white ink and the actual image to give you the best quality images to you. This masterpiece is a lot more durable, sleek, lightweight and easy to clean.

Prices for these masterpieces are a little higher than usual, you have to pay Rs. 629 for a 4×6 inches picture and the price will increase with size. You can also choose the finish on the outer layer, matte and glossy are the two options with matte finish bit costlier than the glossy one. But when it comes to printing yourself a visiting card, the prices are unimaginable; Rs. 13,499 for an order of 100 visiting cards! Ordering on Masterpix is easy and simple, follow the steps below:

  1. Go to Masterpix website.
  2. Select the product from “Products/Shop Now” menu.
  3. Choosing a picture on this page will take you to a simple picture optimizer to crop or rotate your picture. Once done, click on ‘Save‘ button.
  4. Now select the style, texture, size, enter quantity and click on “Add to Cart”.
  5. Then you need to checkout using your debit or credit card.

Masterpix also provided some tutorials on the website to edit your pictures using Adobe Photoshop in an easy way before uploading your picture to the website.

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