Every month, the team at LearnGlazing will release an article aimed at delivering ideas, expertise, and a wise perspective on everything glazing. Experienced Project Managers interested in immersing themselves in the world of glazing will gain insight as well as a spring board for continuing on their educational path.


Preventing Spontaneous Glass Breakage with Heat Soaking

Preventing Spontaneous Glass Breakage with Heat Soaking

Did you know that heat soaking can help you prevent glass from spontaneously breaking? That's right, preventing spontaneous glass breakage with heat soaking is a crucial step in ensuring the integrity of your glass installations....

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Tempered vs. Heat-Strengthened Glass

Tempered vs. Heat-Strengthened Glass Explained

Understanding the Difference Between Tempered Glass and Heat Strengthened Glass Did you know that tempered glass and heat-strengthened glass are not the same thing? While both types of glass may seem similar at first glance,...

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Rethinking Storefront Glazing: Maximizing Durability with Head Receptors | LearnGlazing.com

Introduction In the fast-paced world of architectural design and construction, we're always looking for ways to make our storefront glazing systems better. And let's be honest, one hero in this quest, often unsung, is the...

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Mastering Glass Inspection: Identifying and Handling Flaws | LearnGlazing.com

When it comes to discussing glass flaws, I find myself having the same conversations over and over again. You wouldn’t expect it, but for whatever reason, glass industry practitioners and building owners tend to have...

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The Essential Conversation: Building Movements and Glazing Systems

In the intricate dance of construction and design, there's a conversation that's often whispered, sometimes silenced, but always crucial: the dialogue about building movements and their impact on glazing systems. It's a chat that, despite...

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Levels of Shop Drawings what you get for your money

Navigating Shop Drawings for All Project Sizes | LearnGlazing.com

In the realm of architectural glazing and construction, the pivotal role and complexity of shop drawings often go underestimated. These indispensable components of construction documentation dramatically vary in detail and scope, adeptly serving projects as...

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L360 Rule

L/360 Rule: Ensuring the Integrity of Glazing Systems in Building Design

The L/360 rule is a critical guideline in structural engineering, dictating the maximum allowable deflection for a beam or structural member under load. This rule ensures that structures are robust enough to support expected loads...

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The High-Stakes Game of Training: A Super Bowl Tale with a Twist for the Glass and Glazing Industry

In the gridiron of professional football, just like in the precise and demanding field of glass and glazing, every play, every strategy, and every bit of knowledge counts. Let's talk about a recent Super Bowl,...

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Keep Tabs on Student Progress with Group Analysts

At LearnGlazing.com, our primary goal is to provide a comprehensive and seamless learning experience for all our students. Using the Group Analyst role is an integral part of achieving this objective. Group Analyst Management is...

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Glaziers Training Course Certificate

Unlock Your Achievement: Download and Print Your Course Completion Certificate!

Hello future glazing gurus, At LearnGlazing.com, we understand the pride and sense of accomplishment that comes with completing each course. To acknowledge your hard work and dedication, we provide a certificate for every course you...

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Pool Areas - Use Cases: The Versatility of Glass Vice Clearline® Across Various Applications

Innovating Glass Guardrails with Glass Vice Clearline®: A Comprehensive Guide

Table of Contents Introduction Contemporary Architectural Landscape The Problems Addressed Glass Vice as a Comprehensive Solution Glass Vice Product Line An Exploration of Glass Vice Key Features Glass Vice Clearline® vs. Traditional Systems Use Cases:...

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From this close-up view you can see that the attachment points where the glass is secured to the staircase are not consistent from pane to pane (they start near the midpoint of the pane at the bottom and move toward the bottom of the pane as you move up).

Important Design Considerations (and Hidden Tradeoffs) for Glass Guardrails

When you look at a guardrail, what do you see? Maybe you look at the design, maybe you look at the materials and finish, or, maybe you just look at it as a practical necessity...

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