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Sandblasting Glass, Precision glass etching

Sandblasting Glass, Precision Glass Etching

Greatglas creates one of a kind unique, completely custom precision images on glass and pyrex. The technology and expertise allows to etch customers' images on various glass surfaces: flat or cylinder, inside or outside, with amazing quality and fidelity with true half-tone and 3-D effects.

The high quality 3D images etched on glass/pyrex make ordinary glass look like a precious hand carved cameo. The 3D reliefs range from "low relief" (bas-relief) to "hollow relief" (sunken-relief).

From artwork to industrial strength and dimensions: Greatglas also provides precision glass sandblasting / glass etching for architectural glass projects and also for designer lighting. Please see the coresponding pages or contact us directly for a free consultation.

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Our final products can withstand highest temperature requirements and elements because we use the best quality borosilicate glass pyrex. Unlike regular glass or plastics, it will work superbly with the most powerful lamps, fire, heat, rain etc.

We understand that your requirements for sanblasting glass images are unique so we'll be happy to tell you more about glass etching, help you with your project and deliver exactly what you need. Please contact us at the link below.

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sandblasted glass column as modern laundry shute

Sandblasting Glass For Architectural Needs

Greatglas manufactures various glass surfaces and details for architectural projects. Our expertise in producing large size pyex tubes and columns combined with the precision sandblasting technology yields some fantastic results.

Here is one of our architectural glass products featured in the Dwell magazine (illustration on the left). This is a large diameter pyrex sandblasted glass column used by "30E Design" architectural firm in Everett, Massachusetts in renovating an old "brown-stone" house in South Boston.

From the article in the Dwell July 2014 issue:

"...The focal point of the sleek white space is a glowing laundry shute illuminated from within by fiber-optic cables. The pyrex tube was produced by [ Greatglas] and was sandblasted from inside to contain the light..."

For more sandblasted glass ideas for architecture contact us now for a free consultation.

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2040 Telegraph Road, Wilmington DE 19808

Phone: 302-998-4400

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See our listing in the Thomas Register, under Glassware: Laboratory