Enamelled Glass

Enamelled Glass

Through Roller technology, the colours can be more opaque.
The technique of applying ceramic enamel with a roller makes it easy to create colours with a high degree of opacity. The machine has the ability to apply a substrate of large quantities of ceramic enamel in a controlled manner, up to 320 grams per square meter. The benefit of using this machine is that the ceramic enamel glasses can be created in bright yet very opaque colours.

Screen Printing Glass

Screen Printing Glass

New ceramic screen-printing technologies are increasingly removing more and more limits when it comes to using glass as a medium for artwork or decals. Glas Expert uses high-end automated machinary and screens that have various texture mesh resolutions to precisely print images onto the glass surface.

Glass Tempering Process

Glass Tempering Process

Tempered or hardened glass is produced by heating the glass to a temperature of about 650 degrees Celsius, where it begins to soften. The external surfaces are then rapidly cooled, creating a strong compression effect. This heating-cooling process is electronically controlled and the specific parameters applied influence the final quality of the tempered glass.

Glass Laminating

Glass Laminating

Architectural laminated glass is produced from two or more glass sheets bonded under specific temperature and pressure conditions, along with the inclusion of one or more clear, coloured or decorated, elastic ‘foil sheets’ of various thicknesses according to the project requirements. The result is a high performance, durable, moisture-resistant glazing composite that provides solutions for many architectural design issues.

Glass Bending

Glass Bending

The entire heating and cooling process is performed according to predefined graphs. The the initial ‘heating and cooling curve’ parameters of the glass are carefully set by our specialists, in order to obtain both the contoured design and the glass characteristics (transparency, hardness, image deformation, etc.). The production of curved glass depends on various factors that are all related to each other, such as the type, thickness and quality of the glass, size, bending angle, radius of curvature, type of curvature, quality of the material from which the mold is made etc.