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glass-maker

n
(Ceramics) a person who makes glass or glass objects
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Drawing from decades worth of glass-making records preserved by the company, the paper describes the application of algorithms to this information in order to create more detailed models of glass behaviour.
Traditional glass-making technologies complicate the introduction of alumina during the formation process, as the silicon dioxide crystallizes when it makes surface contact with a solid, like the alumina container.
For the Creative Type National Glass Centre's range of adult courses, classes and glass-making experiences make a great and quirky gift.
The Black Country town was once the epicentre of Britain's glass-making industry and the latest finds - on the Coalbourn Hill and Coalbourn Brook sites - are in the shape of the distinctive cones which formed the outer part of a furnace dating back to 1691 and 1692.
Now, 25 years after training at the institution, he has donated glass-making equipment and his stock of glass to students at Glyndw r University''s North Wales School of Art and Design (NWSAD).
The redevelopment also reinforces the centre's reputation for excellence and enables us to play a major role in the growing cultural landscape of Sunderland as well as celebrate the city's rich glass-making heritage.
This quick and inexpensive method of glass-making seems to have been invented in Syria, probably in Phoenicia.
The plant supplies bottles to Anheuser-Busch's Houston brewery, "The heart of the glass-making process is the furnace," said plant manager Vince Kozul, "and we have done a complete re-bricking and plant overhaul.
Hamdi Al-Nashah has a glass exhibit which documents the traditions of glass-making in Hebron.
Remediation work at a former dump site for a glass-making operation has been completed in Beaver County, Pa.
Each edition features three people who are tutored in a particular skill, be it metalwork,woodcraft, stone masonry, glass-making, thatching orweaving, for sixweeks before competing for the chance to study their chosen craft on a more professional basis.
Under the agreement signed on April 30, AGC Automotive, the automotive glass-making division of Asahi Glass, will supply its glass for use in Mercedes-Benz passenger cars and sport utility vehicles manufactured in Europe and the United States.