Biax / Triax glass with finish quality

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mammuth
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Biax / Triax glass with finish quality

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Anybody knows a source for Biax / Triax glass in finish quality (no standard silane binding)? Did find only UD till now, everything else is with standard silane (not 100% transparent) and not with modified silane in finish quality.

There is something like this on the market, did see some boards made with it ... you only see the little binding strand but no fibres.

Europe source prefered ;)
Tom

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Post by chrislandy »

try Eric at http://www.carrreinforcements.com/ in the UK, they are weavers.

They will do or have stock of most things, their website is a bit rubbish and out of date and certainly doesn't show what they actually do, but their products are excellent

mammuth
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Post by mammuth »

Thanks, did contact him
Tom

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Post by mammuth »

Eric couldnt help :(
Tom

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Post by chrislandy »

There's a big show in the UK in November where you can talk to pretty much every manufacturer & weaver in Europe, it's a really good show over a couple of days. It's free entry with prior registration so if you can stomach the travel costs it's well worth a visit

http://www.easyfairs.com/events_216/adv ... 016_84103/

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