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Selected Features

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Low energy grinding technology

UK milling technology company International Innovative Technologies (IIT) demonstrates how low energy grinding technology can convert glass waste into a commercial product.

Evolution in IS-Machines

Dr. Benedikt Felgenhauer and Wilfried Seidensticker outline Heye’s SpeedLine technology.

Harmonising standards for pharmaceutical glass

Margaret Flower reviews recent revision on pharmacopoeia standards for glass containers. 

Tableware processing

Werner Paszukiewicz* discusses hot versus cold laser cutting for tableware, and a range of technology dedicated to helping glassmakers achieve the best results on rim edges.

Glass gets smart

It’s now safe to say that people who live in glass houses will be able to throw stones, now that intelligent glass material has been developed in the industry for use across businesses and homes. Provided that is, that the glass in their building consists of high-tech ‘smart glass.’

Glass measurement using white light interferometry

Whether producing float glass, tubing, bottles, or other products, thickness measurement is one of the critical parameters in a successful operation. Steve Heveron-Smith* describes how an all fibre-based interferometer can work in different glass applications.

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