Need Info

Need Info

Post by Marc Nob » Mon, 01 Jul 1996 04:00:00



I need info on scientific glass and scientific glass blowing.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

Thanks,
MN

 
 
 

Need Info

Post by John D. Sutt » Tue, 02 Jul 1996 04:00:00


here are a number of good books on the subject that
you can find at some libraries.  If you can't find any
you can buy them from (among other places):

 Wale Apparatus - Scientific & some artisitic supplies
  400 Front Street
  PO Box D
  Hellertown PA 18055
  (610) 838-7047
  (610) 838-7440FAX

Some interesting books are:

  Glassblowing, An intro to Artistic and Scientific Flameworking
    Edward Carberry
    MGLS Publishing (507) 532-3553
    ISBN 0-9601682-4-9
    88-062399
  Glassblowing for Laboratory Technicians
    R. Barbour
    Pergamon
    ISBN 0-08-022156-4
    77-30756

There are others around too..  

You should check out The American Scientific Glassblowers Society
too:  
     American Scientific Glassblowers Society
     1835 St. Clair Ave.
     St. Paul, MN 55105
     phone: 612/696-9286
     fax: 612/696-9287

If you can get to the web, do a search on Scientific glass.

Good luck.

-- John

--
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(w) 1-1 Dainichi-higashi,   Moriguchi,  Osaka 570  Japan  +81-6-900-3511
(h) Honjo-nishi 2-19-14-601,   Kita-ku  Osaka 531  Japan  +81-6-375-9975


 
 
 

Need Info

Post by PWalthe » Mon, 15 Jul 1996 04:00:00


What is it that you want to know about Scientific Glassblowing.
I am Peter Walther of Kawal Research and know many of the 800-1000
glassblowers in America and others world wide. I am incontact with many of
them  by daily by email and often host a IRC Chat called lunch in the
#Glasshop.  I will be glad to help you with your questions or direct you
to those who might know.

Peter Walther
Kawal Research
Gainesville, Florida