NGA Updates Guide on Flat Glass Mirror Fabrication

Date: 14 May 2024
Source: NGA
NGA Updates Guide on Flat Glass Mirror
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Date: 14 May 2024

NGA published updated Technical Reseurce on proper procedures for fabrication of the flat glass mirrors.

NGA volunteers have recently updated the Glass Technical Papers (GTPs) through a systematic review ballot process, adhering to a 5-year cycle. 

The GTP FB22-24, outlining the Proper Procedures for Fabrication of Flat Glass Mirrors, underwent revision in April and is now available for complimentary download.

Silvered flat glass mirror products can be enhanced to provide additional aesthetic appeal, incorporating features such as beveled edges and surface accents. 

As various fabrication techniques are applied, it is imperative to ensure that proper conditions and methods are employed at every stage of fabrication. 

This updated GTP serves as a comprehensive guide in this regard.

Download the updated GTP here: https://members.glass.org/cvweb/cgi-bin/msascartdll.dll/ProductInfo?productcd=FABRICATIONFLAT

NGA offers a total of 88 Glass Technical Papers for free download. Explore the collection at the following link: https://members.glass.org/cvweb/cgi-bin/utilities.dll/openpage?wrp=productsearch.htm

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