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Except from a glass-pane that's been worked on in five work cycles.


As a classical and modern technique, glass painting is often connected to antique sheet glass or machine-pulled coloured glass, partly with single or double layered coloured flashed glass.

Besides a wide selection of glass and glass-painting coloures we also offer our oven with a combustion chamber of up to 2100x 3500 mm.

Here you find further information about glass-painting.

Draft by Katrin Meyer

Float-glass painting

With the float-glass technique you can work on much bigger sizes. than you can on machine-pulled glass (glass-pane size up to max. about 90 x 120 cm or about 60 x 90 cm with antique sheet glass) .

Float -glass paintings can be spread to tempered-glass or laminated safety-glass. It can also be sand-blasted.

Here you find further information on float-glass painting.

Draft by Waltraud Wille

Silk-screen printing

With the help of silk-screen printing you can integrate very fine structures in the glass design, even photos.

You don't always have to bring on glass-painting colour. With the silk screen you can bring on the glass to spread to etching and sand-blasting.

Here you find further information about silk screen printing.

LZB Meiningen, size about. 6 x 8 Meter, draft Prof. Federle (photo DESAG)

Fusing glass

With the fusing technique you can connect different pieces of glass without using seperations like lead.

The glass can be spread to insulation glass or VSG with PVB-foil .

The melting furnace with a combustion chamber of up to 2100 x 3500 mm gives you the opportunity for fast and accurate work.

Here you find further information about fusing glass.


Draft and realisation Ina Kriegelstein

Formed glass objects

Our ovens can also be used to create glass-objects.

No matter if they are bowles, bodys cubes etc. ...

Here you find an example by Ina Kriegelstein


Glass - metall fusing

In the picture on the left you can see a glass-cube with gold melted into it. This is another interesting variation of the many uses of fusing- glass.

Besides gold we can also melt copper, silver, other metalls or wires.


Paté de verre-technique

is a further possibility for glass design that we can offer you thanks to our melting furnace.

Above you can see a "fusing man" on the left fruits made of glass. Both were manufactured by a draft of Sabine Wiedemann and were exhibited on the glasstec 2000.

Except of a glass-pane by Erhard Schütze

sand- blasted Floatglas 19 mm

Sand-blasted glass

With the sand-blasting technique we can produce soft structures as well as three-dimensional-forms.

Generally all glasses can be sandblasted even fire resistant glazing.

The depth of the blasting however, depends on the kind of the glass.

A special depth-effect can be achieved through shifted blasting on the front and the back

Here you find further information on sand-blasting-technique.

Draft by: Wladimir Olenburg

Glass etching

Modern glasses are very stable but can be etched with hydrofluoric acid

Especially on real antique sheet glass with many colour layers, brilliant structures can be achieved.

Only for the mattening of glasses we usually use the sand blasting technique because it's better for the environment.

Here you find further infos on etching.

Water jet cut glass

is usually processed to fusing-glass.

Especially when complex motives are already available digitally water jet cut glass is not as expensive as you would think.

Here you find another water jet cut glass motive.

Draft by: Friedrich May

Stained glass

Stained glass is so to say the "glue" beetween the different glasses.

Lead profiles can connect e.g. the following.

  • figured glass

  • cast glass

  • real antique sheet glass.

  • sand blasted glass

  • painted glass incl.
    silk screen printed glass.

  • etched glass

  • fused glass

  • deformed glass

  • mirror glass
  • ...

Here you find further info on stained glass design.


Glass glueing

With the help of modern, partly 2-componental glass glues colour applications stick very good on safety glass.

We would suggest to clarify the damp exposure in the preliminary stages. Modern glues are very good, but their staying powers should not be overrated,

Digital direct printing

Digital printing can also be a way of design, especially in the profane area.

Photos, surface structures e.g. of stones or wood but also graphic arts and texts can be printed on the glass. Depending on the weight, glass panes of up to 2150 mm wide x 6000mm can be printed on. (Depending on the maximum size of the pane)

The print can be combined with sandblasting or other designing techniques, of course the printed glass pane can be illuminated.

By the way, with this technique we can also print on other materials e.g. metall.

Cast in place resin technique

The cast in place resin technique can not only be used for sound insulation but also for the fabrication of laminated glass with safety features, e.g. for fusing glass.

With the cast in place resin technique you can design on glass in many different ways.

  • Use of coloured resin
  • available in different colors that can be blurred.

Integration of:

  • suitable component parts.

  • printed presentations (if they should be legible they can only be printed on one side
  • suitable fabrics (see left) a.s.o.

Here you should also clarify the damp exposure and the desired durability in the preliminary stages.

Here you find differnt examples.

Facettes & Glass- sticks

Facettes, lenses and glass-sticks achieve great light effects.

The result doesn't always have to be traditional.

Here you can see a glass-stick in beetween the two red glasses.

Here you can find further infos on facettes.

Draft by: Carl Clobes


For many years concrete-glazing was a popular technique.

In recent years however it has lost its importance due to new developements like fusing-techniques.

The equippment:

  • Sand- blasting facilities up to 6000 x 3210 mm.

  • Silk-screen printing for individual, modern glass-design.

  • Glass kiln and bottle kiln with a 3500 x 2100 mm combustion chamber.

  • Lighttables, easel

  • A wide selection of glass and glass colours on stock.

  • A relaxed working atmosphere for artists.

  • The best euipment would be worthless without our friendly and competent employees. They will always help you if you have any questions or need advice.

The glass-design has a significant influence on the room-effect.

Besides those examples, you find here a range of other glass-works.

We work according to YOUR wiches!

We would be pleased to help you realizing your design ideas!

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