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April 23, 2013
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Drying and curing inks and coatings on glass
As the application possibilities for decorative glass continue to grow, so do the number of inks and coatings available. Properly drying and curing these products is critical to creating high quality decorative glass. Read on for tips regarding the right equipment and techniques to use.
 
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Business news
PPG Glass Segment Sales Flat in First Quarter 2013
Trainor Glass Creditor Committee Seeks to Recover pre-Chapter 11 Payments
California Man Dies after Accident at Thermalsun
Mood upbeat at Mid-Atlantic Glass Expo
Viracon Unveils New Logo and Corporate Branding
NFRC Expands Ratings to Allow Certain Shading Devices
Quanex Rings the NYSE Closing Bell
 
People news
Jim Waldron Named President of Wausau Window and Wall Systems
Russell Williams Named Architectural Sales Rep for Wausau
Tubelite Hires Greg Hall as Product Development Engineer
 
Project news
Hyundai Installs Exterior Glass Panels at U.S. Headquarters
 
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ROAD TO GLASSBUILD

This week on the Road to GlassBuild, we learn about some new products from Guardian Industries and find out about a significant honor that GlassBuild America recently received. 

 
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Goal Setting: What is the Reward?
By Bill Evans

In the last blog, I stated that long-term planning is a learned skill. It includes three primary areas: goal setting, succession planning, and contingency planning. Today I will cover goal setting.

From the Fabricator: A rough week indeed
By Max Perilstein
Last week surely was a tough one. Quite frankly it was hard to focus on work. The emotions from the Marathon to the catastrophic explosion in Texas to the manhunt and capture at the end of the week really were draining.

Product Spotlight
Guardian Reveal Glass
Guardian Reveal Glass transitions from transparent to opaque with the flip of a switch, according to the company. The high-quality float glass is laminated with a liquid crystal film and polyvinyl butyral interlayer.
Great Glazing
LECOM Dental School


Contract glazier: Key Glass LLC
Glass fabricator:
Viracon
Curtainwall supplier:
Kawneer Co.

LECOM Dental School, a 100,000-square-foot two-story dental school and patient clinic in Bradenton, Fla., features striking bright blue glass surrounding the exterior. The new curtainwall construction was on a tight, three-month timeline with difficult design pressures and mullion spans from the architects. Read more...


 
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