The addition of over 60 new bevel designs to the highly successful 2005 range means that the company continues to provide its customers with the widest choice in Europe.Many of the new bevels are designed for the door and furniture markets, and include a number of subtle colours and textures to match all types and colours of doors and furniture, as well as a vibrant range of light refracting dichroics.
Picture – Door Design incorporating textured and grey bevels with Stained Glass Art Film.
The Fusion range of fused glass tiles will also be expanded to include more designs for kitchens and bathrooms, with more neutral shades and textures which look especially attractive when used with etched or sandblasted glass or brilliant cutting, adding a refreshing contemporary dimension to interiors.
RegaLead were the first UK company to realise the potential of Fused glass products and develop them for the window and door industry. The initial Fusion range was designed by the Regalead team, and has been refined and developed since its launch into the market in January 2004.
The first catalogue for Regalead’s Stained Glass Art Film collection, launched at Glasstec 2004, has been so successful that this brand is now specified in many decorative glass projects throughout the world ranging from applications around the home – windows, doors, conservatories and bathrooms to large scale commercial and public buildings. Further additions to the range will be unveiled at Glasstec and include marbles, wisps and background textures as well as opaque pastels ideal for use in large background areas that require more privacy.
With the market for films continuing to grow and more and more companies creating larger feature panels the new Glass Eye Enterprise software, developed specially for this market by USA company Dragonfly Software, can significantly reduce production times and ease the design process. Dragonfly Software will be running demonstrations throughout the show on the Regalead stand showing how Enterprise enables designs to be drawn or imported, exploded, plotted and sends the separated colours to the plotter to cut the films quickly and cost effectiveley, with minimum wastage.
Guy Hubble, RegaLead’s sales and marketing director who heads the product development team says “Much of our new product range is exclusive to Regalead and developed by our in-house design team. Our on-going commitment to investment in R&D enables us to provide our customers with new and exciting product ranges, tailored to their needs and ahead of the competition”
RegaLead – Glasstec Hall 9, Stand G35.