Solving glass processing possibilities: Ask Glaston

A simple way to learn more about glass processing possibilities: #AskGlaston

The glass business can be capital intensive, and experimenting can end up being surprisingly costly. The raw material alone is expensive, and each processing step adds value to the glass. A mistake or a problem later on in the processing can be quite costly. Especially since finding the solution can take a lot of time. It doesn’t have to be that way!

Ask glastoryYour process, our answers  #AskGlaston

We created the #AskGlaston series so that you don’t need to solve your problems alone. Glaston and the Glastory community can help you find the solution to your problems quickly – and even save you thousands of dollars.

If you are a glass user or designer – architect or structural engineer – you can:

Ask anything from how to specify glass orders to what are the latest possibilities in glass processing.

If you are a glass processor, you can save thousands only by asking before you try. Tempering problems are usually very costly. By the time you get the glass to the tempering machine, you have already put a lot into processing the glass – cutting, grinding, drilling, painting – and you don’t want to ruin that.

Asking how to temper a new piece of glass can help you save thousands.

Look at your future needs when it comes to using or processing glass. Is there something you’re not completely sure of? If so, give #AskGlaston a try. It might end up saving you thousands!

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Miika Äppelqvist

Encourages transparent solutions in buildings and ways of working. Seven years of experience from being a glass-man in product management, sales and projects with a focus on glass heat treatment. Believes helping is the best marketing any company can do. Father of two toddlers and a wannabe sportsman with an internal love of ice hockey.