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glazing

Strictly, the fitting of lenses to a frame or mount, but often to include the cutting and edging processes (British Standard).
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The first is when new frames are fitted with sealed unit double glazing, while the cheaper and less laborious method is to fit secondary glazing.
After glazing, you may either fire at a low temperature to set the color and then do a clear, shiny overglaze and fire again (check the directions on your particular clay and glazes to determine firing temperature); or you may overglaze directly over the initial color underglazes.
Style options can be specified in functional wired, tempered, or fir-rated glass or sandblasted tinted textured, or laminated glazing with added colored or patterned film Company logos and unique designs can be incorporated.
It is true, especially in glazing that this experience has had a direct effect on my current work.
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Exatec 900 passes all glazing requirements, including the important Taber abrasion test, which requires the change in haze to be no higher than 2%.
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The principle behind double glazing is quite simple: air or a colourless, odourless gas is trapped between two panes of glass (or three in the case of triple glazing).
There are many theories about basting and glazing - it depends on the cook.