"Glass Defects" book

Glass Service will publish an English version of the book entitled "Glass Defects" in Summer 2008. This valuable book is written by top experts in the field and contains the following topics:• Methods of defects identification • Crystal inclusions - stones • Glass inhomogeneities - cords and layers • Gas inhomogeneities in glass - bubbles • Strategies to fight glass defectsTo reserve a copy please contact us at info@gsl.cz.

Glass Service will publish an English version of the book entitled "Glass Defects" in Summer 2008. This valuable book is written by top experts in the field and contains the following topics:
• Methods of defects identification
• Crystal inclusions - stones
• Glass inhomogeneities - cords and layers
• Gas inhomogeneities in glass - bubbles
• Strategies to fight glass defects
To reserve a copy please contact us at info@gsl.cz.

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