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 Posted: Mon Jan 19th, 2009 08:57 pm
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Tim:

There are two basic ways to laminate glass.  the most common is to use an interlayer film that is joined to both surfaces with pressure and heat, a such as in an autoclave.  The second way is to use a resin.  Check this link http://www.fuzing.com/qrx/glass-laminating-resins you may find something from them.  If my memory serves me, there is an issue with yellowing of the resin near the edges of the pieces that are being laminated.  I think many of the custom laminates are made and then cut, often with a waterjet.

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