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October 22, 2019
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Last Chance: Vote in Glass Magazine's Reader Photo Contest
Glass Magazine's annual Reader Photo Contest invited submissions that highlight exceptional interiors—innovative interior glass applications, including decorative installations, glass floors, doors, walls, stairs, partitions and more. Now it's your turn to select the winning images! The deadline to vote is Tuesday, October 22.
It’s a common assumption that getting hurt on the job in this industry is inevitable, but that can’t be further from the truth. While dangers will always exist, being aware of those dangers and how to properly respond not only increases the overall safety of your crew, but can also help your bottom line.

Industry News
HHH Tempering and NorthGlass Win Fuyao Contract
September Construction Starts Decrease 5 Percent
Glaston Officials Say High Quality Requirements Driving North American Demand
ICC-ES Offers New Service to Help Manufacturers with Product Approval in Florida
Şişecam to Increase Production Output at Bulgarian Facility
Masterspec References the North American Contractor Certification Program for Glazing Contractors
People News
Lurie Joins Vitro Architectural Glass as National Architectural Manager for Northern California
Pilkington Appoints Matthew Hargather Regional Sales and Marketing Manager
The Glass Guru Opens Franchise in Wichita, Kansas
Tyler Giacin Joins Shower Doors & More as Production Manager
Product Spotlight
Great-looking glass. Better looking returns.

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Glastory: Taking the mystery out of anisotropy
By Riku Färm
Anisotropy has now been a hot topic in the glass industry for the past couple of years. This blog aims to give you ideas on how to affect the anisotropy pattern and its intensity in your glass—with any kind of tempering machine.
From the Fabricator: Huge Step for Education
By Max Perilstein
One big story that I failed to cover more adequately from GlassBuild America was the Friese Foundation stepping in to provide very generous support of the program. This new philanthropic organization headed up by industry veteran Don Friese is nothing short of incredible.
Project News
Agnora Fabricates Chanel's Stylish Black and White Storefront
Chanel’s Flagship store in New York City features a black and white storefront made possible by 16 oversized laminated glass panels, fabricated by Agnora. Each panel measures 124 inches by 192 inches, and weighs over 3,000 pounds.


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