Fact No. 164. (Published on 6/25/2005)

Cold working

Any finishing of glass that occurs after the glass has annealed (typically at room temperature) is known as cold working.

Common cold working tools methods include abrasive blasting, beveling, wet grinding and sanding, copper-wheel engraving and acid etching.

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