FeneTech has made the difficult decision to cancel their annual user conferences scheduled for June 1-3 in Aurora, Ohio, and June 9-10 in Vienna Austria.
TUROMAS participated from 4th to 7th March 2020 in Eurasia Glass, the most important Turkish glass fair, which was held at the Tüyap Trade Fair, Convention and Congress Centre.
Important notice: The organizer has postponed the fair until this September for public health security reasons. We will notify you about the exact date immediately once it is announced.
As spring arrives, the Window Safety Task Force of the National Safety Council encourages parents and caregivers to recognize the importance of practicing window safety during Window Safety Week, being observed April 5-11.
Due to concerns about the Corona Virus, three trade shows in which Bohle AG had planned to participate this spring have already been cancelled or postponed.
Vitrum infoms that, following the latest Italian government Decree containing the measures for preventing the proliferation of the COVID-19 virus, Vitrum offices will remain closed until Friday 3rd April 2020.
New dates have finally been set for Nordbygg, which is moved to the September 29 – October 2, 2020.
This week, we continue with 3 videos from the Smart Technology session.
Postponement has been decided after virus spread in the Country; the edition has been rescheduled for November 05 to 08, 2020.
The new date is 18th – 19th November 2020 at the CINTERMEX Convention Center Mexico.
The software company A+W has canceled its participation in the FENSTERBAU FRONTALE trade show despite the shift to June.
Glass TEXpo™ '20 Event Management announces that the event scheduled for May 1-2 has been cancelled due to the current worldwide health emergency.
This week, we continue with 4 videos from the Tempering & Preprocessing session.
FGIA will host a webinar covering the use of AAMA 502 and 503 as part of an overall quality program to ensure that fenestration products are correctly integrated into the building envelope.
We are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and as of now, GlassBuild America will proceed as scheduled, Sept. 15-17, in Las Vegas.
When we speak about technological progress in mechanical engineering in general terms, conversations often revolve around Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
The Vacuum Insulated Glazing (VIG) is a unique thermally insulating window technology that can provide significant advantages over the conventional insulating units.
The combination of the double-skin concept with unitized systems made current typologies of double glazed units possible.
The use of laminated glass in structural applications has become more recognized and preferred as a safer choice to monolithic tempered or heat strengthen glass.
During a recent project to understand the ability to use Transparent Structural Silicone Adhesive (TSSA) via linear bonding for cable wall fittings, a unique aspect of the material indicates a potential novel method for cold bending glass.
Glass distortions may cause objects to appear irregular and out of focus when observed through a distorted glass panel.
In the constant search for original designs that truly push the limits, many building projects in the Middle East have been driving global innovation in engineering and façade design.
This contribution is an excerpt of the journal publication by Louter et al. 2018. It explores the potential of thin glass for architectural applications and reports on two thin glass concepts.
New generation thin, lightweight and damageresistant glass seems to be the optimal material for extremely deformable structural elements for façades and building skins.
Extended abstract (The complete contribution will be published in the Glass Structures & Engineering journal).
This article reviews the history and current status of Vacuum Insulating Glass (VIG), and discusses future possibilities for this technology.
This paper will describe the design, detailing, testing and construction of structural glass beams as part of load bearing grid shell structure in the newly built Zaryadye Park in Moscow, Russia.