I can offer that 3M has very attentive technical sales people who seem willing to discuss experimental uses of their products. They tell me that very few users disclose how the product was used or how effective it was, so their ability to learn from others' experiences is limited.
~Nancy K, Manufacturer, Winter Garden, FL
Strength requirements, weight restrictions, cost effectiveness, maintenance, ease of construction and operating costs have to be carefully studied before arriving at a conclusion.
~Sandeep S, Research & Development, Hyderabad, India
Again, always request samples or buy a small amount to do testing in your process, avoid surprises by giving the go ahead to use a new product that may affect your production.
~Jose Chevere, Purchaser, Boca Raton, FL
Get a clear picture how the properties of glass can be beneficial for your product/process. Be aware of the limitations of the materials.
~Robert W, Engineering Consultant, Amersfoort, Netherlands
Be careful with the sealants in contact with laminated glass to avoid contamination = delamination.
~Alberto B, Manufacturer, ESTE, Italy
The big glass shops have high overhead costs. Sooner or later you will pay for that fancy shop.
~Ed H, Sales Manager, Laguna Niguel, CA
When engraving on glass use a transferable paper or film so that you get a clearer engraving.
~Philip Roland Salmon, Builder/Contractor, Mumbai, India
Glass silica of high purity sometimes is not completely pure
~Faculty/Staff, Palermo, Italy
No internal crack. Smooth Surface. No Cuts at Edges.
~Shyam Gupta, Technical Support, Pune, India
Use quality products only.
~Salil Shah, Purchaser, Mumbai, India