Sandblasting of glass
Presentation of blasting of plastics.
Sandblasting work on glass is simpler because the permanent deformation of metal (warping) does not occur in these amorphous materials. Like the stones. Cleaning, matting, printing is the general use. In case of matting the the surface of the glass will be whitish, lightly milky, translucent. It is possible to apply a deep blow, to form a deep pattern. With any suitable protective coating, any form, pattern or figure can be blown into the glass. Whether it is a glass window on jars, glasses, through bottles to any glassware.
In addition to conventional matting, we can achieve a more profound appearance with deep blow molding. In the most extreme case, the appearance of acid can also be approached. The blast furnace roughens the surface, which is also suitable for receiving paint and glue. Of course, the surface roughness required to meet the requirements must be achieved on the basis of the coating-usage data sheet.
For the sanding and blasting of glasses, see a few examples of our earlier works, our part of our sample Glass and Plexite items.