2 edition of Glass terminology found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 97-103.
|LC Classifications||TP788 .K63 1967|
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|Pagination||xiv, 106 p.|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||66027360|
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . Anneal: To prevent or remove objectionable stresses in glassware by controlled cooling. Binder (Fibrous Glass): Substances employed to bond or hold the fibers together. Blister: An imperfection a relatively large bubble or gaseous inclusion. Check: an imperfection; a surface crack in a glass article. Chill Mark: A wrinkled surface condition on glassware, resulting from .
Glass Terminology. by Editor. J Glass Terminology 0. Acid Stamping: The process of acid etching a trademark or signature into glass after it has been annealed, using a device that resembles a rubber stamp. Alabastron: (Greek) or Alabastrum (Latin): A small bottle or flask for perfume or toilet oil, usually with a flattened rim, a. Glass Art Society News. Praise for the first edition: "This dictionary does an excellent job of covering techniques, materials, and equipment, and is effectively illustrated with drawings and photographs. Background information important to glass work, such as explanations of electrical and chemical terms, is also well presented."—ChoiceCited by:
Glass Terminology What is Float Glass? Glass produced by the Pilkington-invented Float system - which gives near-perfect, flat, clear glass from +mm in thickness. Float glass has almost completely replaced other forms (Sheet and Cast/Rolled glass) of flat glass production and is the base product from which virtually all other flat glass. Abrasion A method of scratching to remove a layer of colour from the surface of flashed glass to create more than one colour with one piece of glass. Annealing Controlled cooling of the glass during the production process or during the firing of paint, in order to remove stresses within the glass and reduce.
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Marbled Glass: Glass decorated with streaks of two or more colors, resembling marble. Marbled glass was a Venetian specialty from the 15th to 17th centuries, but it was also made in other times and places.
Venetian marbled glass is known as calcedonio. Marver: A steel (or marble) table that is used to shape the glass. Aventurine glass imitates the mineral of the same name, a variety of translucent quartz spangled with mica or other minerals. Avolio (italian): A small quantity of glass that joins the stem and the foot of goblets and similar forms.
b Baluster: A type of English drinking glass of the late 17th and 18th centuries, with the stem in the form of aFile Size: 2MB. A glossary of terms used in glass art.
Abrasion, the technique of grinding shallow decoration with a wheel or some other device. The decorated areas are left unpolished. Ale glass, a type of English drinking glass for ale or beer. Ale glasses, first made in the 17th century, have a tall and conical cup, a stem, and a foot.
Flat glass. Glass terminology book general term covering sheet glass, plate glass, float glass, window glass, and various forms of rolled glass, and named according to the method used in its manufacture. See also Float glass, Plate glass, Rolled glass, Sheet glass.
Float glass. Glass formed by a process of floating the molten glass (at approximately degrees. Antenna Glass In some late-model vehicles the radio antenna is incorporated into the windshield or the back-lite (rear window).
Anti-Lacerative Glass Glass that has a resilient layer (PVB) added to the inner surface. It prevents passengers from coming into contact with broken glass edges on the inner surface in the event of a collision.
ARG/AGR. Heat-strengthened Glass: Glass twice as strong as regular annealed glass of the same size and thickness. It also is able to withstand greater wind loads ad impacts. When broken, it fractures into large, jagged pieces. Heavy Glass: Enclosures which are made with glass thicker than 1/4”.
Most are made with 3/8” glass, with some being made. Photograph courtesy of Henry Summa Detail of Tall Geometric Perfume Bottle Blown Glass 14" Ht. Ancient Glass Generally refers to glass made before the Venetian era of glass making. Anneal To cool glass by reintroducing a completed object into an auxiliary part of the glass furnace and slowly cooling the object so that any strain created in the glass during the forming.
A type of translucent white glass, similar to opal glass, first produced in Bohemia in the 19th century. In the s, Frederick Carder ( ) introduced alabaster glass at Steuben Glass Works in Corning, New York. Carder’s alabaster glass has an iridescent finish made by spraying the object with stannous chloride and then reheating it.
The glass industry glossary defines terms and definitions used in the glass industry. Glass Open Book. Menu Companies Products Services Software Jobs Community. Register. Log in. Profile Edit Settings. Log out People Companies Products.
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When you purchase a new book it should arrive undamaged/5(). Basic Glass Terminology Glass: A transparent material compound made up of silica (sand), soda (sodium carbonate) and limestone (calcium carbonate) with small quantities of aluminum, and boric or magnesium oxides.
Float Glass: A fabrication process used to make flat glass by forming it in the molten stage on a bath of molten metal, usually Size: KB.
If you want to be sure that the repair or replacement of your car windshield is done properly, you will come across some terms that you are not familiar with. This glossary is designed to help you, defining the words in a way most helpful to someone new to car windshield repair/replacement.
A Pillar: The part of the car body on the sides of the. Knowledge Base Art Glass Dictionary Antique. Full Antique: Term applied to art glass produced by the historical mouth-blown cylinder method. The craftsman blows a glass cylinder which is annealed and cooled.
The cylinder is then scored lengthwise, separated, re-heated and folded out into a flat sheet. Glossary of Common Glass Terminology. We believe in educating our customers as a pillar of our customer service.
This blog serves as testament of to our word. Compiled below is common terminology that the glazing industry uses when talking about windows. hot glass dictionary. glass working terms. annealing oven the process of gradual cooling of the outside and the inside of the molten glass to assure that the glass won t cool to fast causing cracks or breaks.
assistant the glassworker that works directly for the gaffer. in some situations, there may be several assistants depending on the size of the project. The jewelry terminology commonly used in descriptions of pieces and throughout this website are defined here.
Articulation: Division of a piece of jewelry (usually a bracelet) into segments that give it flexibility. Aurora borealis (AB): An iridescent coating on rhinestones to add shimmer, invented in by Swarovski (the Austrian firm that had produced superior imitation stones.
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Glossary of Commonly Used Tempered Glass Terms General Terms. ANNEALED GLASS: Float, plate, sheet or rolled glass that is basically free of residual internal stresses so that it can be easily cut. Annealed glass, sometimes referred to as ordinary.
Acid Etching: use of hydrofluoric acid to dissolve the surface of the glass; this is used often on FLASHED GLASS to remove a layer of colour, revealing the base layer of glass.
Antique Glass: mouth-blown glass, made by the muff method, in which a tube of glass is blown, then split lengthwise and opened to create a rectangular sheet.
Armature: steel or iron framing member. Terminology Glass terminology glossary. The following is a glossary of common glass terms used in the glass manufacturing industry. If you have questions or need more clarification on any of the terms used in connection with our architectural glass products, contact us.
A type of glass used for energy efficiency to make your house more comfortable. Frameless Glass A type of shower enclosure that has a minimal frame that uses 3/8 or 1/2 inch glass.Curved Glass Creations is a worldwide leader in bent glass manufacturing, and its terminology!
Learn more today! Curved Glass Creations is a worldwide leader in bent glass manufacturing, and its terminology! Learn more today! Phone: Fax: Location: North Powerline Road, Suite T-2, Pompano Beach,FL.The Parks Canada Glass Glossary is the result of many hours of discussion and work by the members of the glass unit, both present and past.
A particular debt is owed to Paul McNally, whose work on the table glass in Parks Canada's archaeological collections is the basis for the sections dealing with tableware.