And festival organisers are keen for local youngsters to learn glass-making
from some of the industry's best.
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.
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
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.
But now their historical trade is now struggling to survive.Hamdi Al-Nashah has a glass exhibit which documents the traditions of glass-making
Remediation work at a former dump site for a glass-making
operation has been completed in Beaver County, Pa.