Wales: Wrapper Inspires Glassmaker

A Pioneering glassmaking process is being developed by a company in Wales. After 11 years of research and development, inventor and entrepreneur Paul Richards has raised a £500,000 investment for a major expansion of World Glass Designs.

The new method speeds output by five times, and drastically reduces cost, he claims.

He says the process will revolutionise decorative glassmaking.

The patented system involves creating a polyester film which adheres to glass, using complex materials which have taken years to perfect.

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600450 Wales: Wrapper Inspires Glassmaker
Date: 13 June 2007

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