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Thermoformed and tempered glass door
Fusing, Thermoforming, Laminating resin, ...
New tools and materials, mostly from the glass industry, are expanding the means of expression. The Loire studio are at the forefront of innovation in this field.
- Thermoforming: under the action of heat the glass softens and descends by gravity onto the shapes of the mold above which it is placed. Glasses 6 to 25 mm thick can be thermoformed and then "tempered" for safety
- Fusing: colorless or colored pieces of glass are superimposed, then the whole is fused in an oven at about 840 ° C
- Laminating resin: assembly by a resin colored glasses on a glass support generally colorless
- Silicone bonding: these soft glues resist humidity. Walls or sculptures glued on slice are made by this process