This session addresses the most current research and technical updates surrounding anisotropy, including a review of a new ASTM Test Method for Measuring Optical Retardation in Flat Architectural Glass.
Presenter Louis Moreau, Head of Technology & Innovation, AGNORA
AGNORA is a globally recognized customer service company that fabricates the largest architectural glass in North America. AGNORA is also an award-winning company including the 2016 Private Business Growth Award, a 2016 Finalist for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Program and one of Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers for 2016, 2017, and 2018.
Thanks to leading-edge technology and the largest, top performing equipment in North America, AGNORA is able to temper, machine, laminate and insulate various thickness of glass up to a maximum size of 130″ x 300″.
AGNORA is also home to the largest ceramic ink digital glass printer in North & South America. Digital printing ceramic ink in-glass can convey photo-realistic designs, provide privacy & opacity control, product double sided images and imitate the look of pattern, acid-etched glass for over-sized interior and exterior applications.
Glass units up to 25 feet by 11 feet are used in high-end retail store fronts, multi-million dollar homes and specialty buildings such as museums and art galleries.
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Video courtesy of National Glass Association (NGA)