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Tinted Glass

Discussion in 'Grumble Archive pre 2004 Topics' started by The King, Dec 16, 2003.

  1. The King

    The King SPFG, Supreme Picture Framing God

    Last week someone brought in some Burnes of Boston photo frames and had me mount some photos and fit them in the frames with spacers. (I'm not proud and I charged about $35 each for the 8x12s, so don't give me a hard time about this.)

    What was interesting to me was the glass in those frames. We all know that most glass has a green tint. Usually, it's not real noticeable unless you look at the edge of the glass but the glass in these frames looks like the tinted glass in my van.

    I compared it with some premium clear and the B of B glass was really dark.

    I have no idea why I mentioned it here. I'm not all that bored.

    Honest.
     
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  2. katman

    katman MGF, Master Grumble Framer

    Most B & B frames I've looked at don't have much room for fitting a spacer so you earned every penny squeezing them in. Must be mood glass in there.
     
  3. Bill Henry-

    Bill Henry- SPFG, Supreme Picture Framing God

    If the ratio of boron to manganese is greater than 12-1/2 to one AND the glass is heated to a slightly higher temperature or baked for an extended length of time ...


    Aw, heck … I dunno … I’m just making this up.
     
  4. Less

    Less SGF, Supreme Grumble Framer

    never mind, i'll go do some work

    [ 12-17-2003, 05:02 PM: Message edited by: lessafinger ]
     
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