Volume 34, Number 10,  October 1999

 

International show has Georgia on its Mind

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Atlanta will be home to more than Ted Turner and his media empire when the city hosts interGLASSmetal/Fenestration world ’99 on November 3-5 at the Georgia World Congress Center.
More than 200 exhibiting companies will present the newest information and products in the industry. Exhibitors will display equipment, machinery and other products for the flat glass, primary glass and fenestration industries. Leading manufacturers of fabrication systems for architectural, metal, vinyl, raw glass trade products and related lines will be present, along with other suppliers.
In addition to product displays, individuals may also attend one of the approximately 30 seminars that will be held in conjunction with the event. Sessions will cover a range of topics including contract glazing, glass etching and a variety of window-related subjects.
The following is an advance look at the event including a list of exhibitors and seminars, as well as a sampling of places to visit while in Atlanta.

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SEMINARS

November 3

9-10:30 a.m.
Session 101: Glass and Glazing Systems and Design Review

Session 102:
Third Generation Warm-Edge IG Techniques

Session 103:
Principles of Automated Glass Cutting

Session 104:
Getting Started in Glass Etching Now

Session 105:
Understanding and Maintaining a Glass Washer

Session 106:
Shortening the Sales Process for Immediate Results

4-5:30 p.m.
Session 201: Are Your Windows Ready for Y2K?

Session 202:
Insulating Glass: Beyond the Warm-Edge Decade

Session 203:
IG Testing: Certification Versus Reality

Session 204:
How to Achieve High Profits from Glass Etching

Session 205:
Window and Screen Safety: Current Legal Ramifications

Session 206:
How to Prevent IG Unit Failures: An Update

November 4

9-10:30 a.m.
Session 301:Glazing Technology: Past, Present, Future

Session 302:
Using Information Management to Grow Your Retail Business

Session 303:
How to Keep Argon Inside Your Insulating Glass Unit

Session 304:
New Techniques in Glass Etching

Session 305:
Selecting the Right Energy- Efficient Spacer System

Session 306:
Employee Productivity: What Really Motivates People?

4-5:30 p.m.
Session 401:
What the Industry Says: Decision Making and Valuation in the Glass Industry

Session 402:
Cellular Vinyl—The Aluminum, Wood and Rigid Vinyl Alternative

Session 403:
Contract Glazing: Everything You Want to Know ... Just Ask!

Session 404:
On-Site Glass Etching

Session 405:
Warm-Edge Spacers

Session 406:
The Principles of Inert Gas-Filled Insulating Glass

Session 501:
Estimating Durability of Insulating Glass Units

Session 502:
The Seven Habits of Highly Successful Vinyl Fabricators

Session 503:
Contract Glazing: Everything You Want to Know ... Just Ask!

Session 504:
Rainscreens and Pressure Equalization: Making Them Work for Your Project

Session 505:
Warm-Edge Technology and Automation

THINGS TO DO

Atlanta History Center/Buckhead
404/814-4000; 130 West Paces Ferry Road, NW (MARTA: Mon-Sat, Bus 23 leaving Lenox. Sunday- get off at Peachtree & W. Paces Ferry Rd., walk south on W. Paces Ferry Road).
Tour two historic homes and visit exhibits on the Civil War.
Admission: Adults $7, Students/Seniors $5, youths 6-17 $4, children 5 and under FREE (general admission includes museum, all exhibitions and gardens).

CNN Center
404/827-2300; One CNN Center, Suite 275 (MARTA -Omni/ Dome/WCC Station).
Tour studios while they are broadcasting. See the largest unsupported escalator in the Southeast—eight stories tall!
Admission: FREE

World of Coca-Cola
404/676-5151; 55 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive (MARTA: Five Points Station).
A one-of-a-kind attraction with more than 1,000 artifacts and futuristic soda fountains.
Admission: Adults $6, Seniors (55+) $4, Children 6-12 $3, Children 5 and under FREE.

EXHIBITORS

ACCESS Commerce
Acer Industrial, Ltd.
Acro Extrusion Corporation
ACTUAL of America Inc.
Adchem Adhesives Inc.
ADCO an AlliedSignal Company
Adhesives Research Inc.
Advantage Manufacturing Co.
AGM Glass Machinery Inc.
Albat & Wirsam North America Inc.
Allmetal Inc.
Alpack Associates
Alpha-Deco Glass Co., Ltd.
Alumet Manufacturing Inc.
American Autoclave Company
Amesbury Group Inc.
Andrew Roberts Inc.
APB Machinery Corporation
Architectural Resin Technologies
ARLON Inc.
Ashland Products
Ashlee Publishing Co.
Ashton Industrial
Astro Plastics
Atlas Bolt & Screw Company
Automated Window Machinery
A.W.T. World Trade Inc.
Azon USA Inc.
Aztech Inc.
Bando Trading Company Ltd.
BayForm
Besten Inc.
Billco Manufacturing Inc.
Bostik Inc.
Bottero Flat Glass Inc.
Bren Instruments Inc.
Brogantech
Bromer Inc.
Building Components
Manufacturing Mag.
Bystronic Inc.
Caliburn Inc.
Capital Tape Company
Caradco Windows & Doors
The Castle of Glass
Ceradyne Thermo Materials
Cerdec Corp/Drakenfeld Products
Chelsea Building Products
Chemetall Chemical Products
China Yaohua Glass Group Corp.
Chinese Ceramic Society
Clear Shield Glass Technologies
C.L.O. Glass Limited
Competitive Edge Resources Inc.
Comptec Profiles, Inc.
Computers Mean Business Inc.
CPFilms Inc.
Creative Systems Software Inc.
Cricursa Cristales Curvados, S.A.
C.R. Laurence Company Inc.
Custom Craft Plastics
CWM Manufacturing
CZ Sklopan Liberec a.s.
Dapa Products Inc.
Dayton Technologies
DECO Products Company
De Gorter Inc.
Delchem Inc.
DeMichele Group
Dependable Glass Works
Dlubak Corporation
Dow Corning Corporation
Durotech International Inc.
Eagle Leasing Corporation
Edgetech I.G. Inc.
Eisele Corporation
Elf Atochem North America
Elumatec U.S.A. Inc.
ENERPRO - Engineered Profiles
Ensinger Inc.
Erdman Automation
F. Barkow Inc.
FDR Design Inc.
Fenetech
Fiberlux Inc.
Film Technologies International
FINVETRO s.r.l.
First Systech International Inc.
F.N. Sheppard & Company
Frank Lowe Rubber & Gasket Co. Inc.
Friedman Corporation
Gaer Hardware Ltd.
George Ford & Sons Inc.
G.E. Silicones
G.F. Technologies Inc.
GlasPac Total Solutions
Glass Illusions
Glassline Corporation
Glasstech Inc.
GlazPart Limited
Graco Inc.
Grafco
Greller & Company Inc.
Groves Incorporated
G-U Hardware Inc.
Handtmann A-Punkt
Automation GmbH
Hartline Products Co. Inc.
H.B. Fuller Company
Hegla Corporation
Helima Helvetion International
HHH Architectural
Tempering Systems Inc.
HIX Corporation
Homasote Company
Hope Webbing Company
H-O Products Corp.
Hygrade Metal Moulding Manufacturing
IBP Equipment Inc.
IBS Software
Ideal Security Inc.
I.G.E. Inc.
Industria de Cristal Templado,
SA de CV
Industrial Control Development Inc.
Industrial Gasket & Shim Co. Inc.
INEX Spacer Industries Ltd.
Inland Diamond Products Company
Inland Inc.
InLine Fiberglass Ltd.
Intek Plastics Inc.
ITW Foamseal Inc.
Kawneer Company
KGS Diamond International
Koemmerling Chemische
Fabrik Gmbh & Co.
Lamatek Inc.
Laminated Product Pavillion
L.B. Plastics Inc.
L.C.S. Precision Molding
Lineal Components Inc.
Linetec
Liquid Control Corp.
Lisec America
The Lockformer Company
Lunde Engineering
Machine Techniques Inc.
MacInnes Tool Company
Marley Mouldings Inc.
Marvin Window & Doors
Maya Positioning Equipment Co. Inc.
McKeegan Equipment & Supply
Menasha Corporation
Menasha Youngwood
Merchants Fastener Corporation
Glastec 2000/Messe Dusseldorf N.A.
Miami Wall Systems
Mikron Industries Inc.
Milacron Inc.
Morton International Inc.
MSC Specialty Films
National Glass Association
Needham & Associates Inc.
New Asia-Pacific Trading U.S.A. Inc.
New Hudson Corporation
Nordic Saw & Tool Manufacturers
North Star Technologies Inc.
Norton Performance Plastics
NOVAGARD Silicones
Novatech Glass Inc.
Novus Inc/Autostock Scratch Removal
OmniGlass Ltd.
Palmer Mirro-Mastics
Patwin
Pease Industries Inc.
Pecora Corporation
Perfect Tinning Corporation
Peter Lisec GES.M.B.H.
PhotoBrasive Systems
P.H. Tech Corporation
Pilkington Libbey-Owens-Ford
Plastmo Inc.
PLV Systems Inc.
PMC Software Inc.
Power Brushes Inc.
Pozzi Wood Windows and Doors
PPG Industries Inc.
PRC-DeSoto International Inc.
Precision Glass Bending Corp.
Preferred Engineeering Products Ltd.
Pres-On Tape & Gasket Corp.
Prestik Manufacturing Inc.
ProfilGlass srl
Pro-Line Automation Systems Inc.
ProTech Glass Industries
P.T.G. Precision Technology Center
Quality Lineals Inc.
Ramapo Sales & Marketing/CompuGas
Rehau Inc.
Renneson Inc.
Resiver Patio Doors Inc.
Rite Screen Inc.
Rolltech Industries Limited
Ro-Mai Industries Inc
Roto Hardware Systems
Round Top Window Products
Royal Group Technologies Ltd.
RSL Inc.
Sampson Automation Company Inc.
Samson Roll Formed Products
S C I
Schlegel Systems Inc.
Schnee-Morehead Inc.
Screen Center Sales
Screen Manufacturers Association
Soft Tech America
Solutia Inc.
Sommer & Maca Industries Inc.
Soniplastics Inc.
Southwall Technologies Inc.
Spadix Technologies Inc.
Spectus Systems
Steel Centres Machinery
& Service Ltd.
Sturtz Machinery Inc.
Summit Metal Products Corp.
Swift Glass Company Inc.
Syn-Tec
Tamglass America Inc.
Tamglass Limited Oy
Taylor Door, division of
Tem-Pace Inc.
Tec-N-Tec Inc.
Tem-Pace Inc.
Thermix GmbH
Thermoplast Inc.
Titon Inc.
Toledo Automated Concepts
Tony & Dannie Hardware Co. Ltd.
Tools for Bending Inc.
Trocal North America Inc.
TruSeal Technologies Inc.
Truth Hardware
UCB Chemicals Corporation
UltraFab Inc.
Ultra Hardware Products Inc.
Unruh Fabricators Inc.
Urban Machinery
USGlass® Magazine
Ventana USA
Venture Tape Corporation
Verre Select/PRODOOR
Vesuvius McDanel Company
Vinyl Building Products Inc.
Vinyl-Pro Inc.
VinylSource Inc.
WAKEFIELD
Wegoma Inc.
W & F Manufacturing Inc.
Window & Door
Manufacturers Association
Winkhaus North America Ltd.
WINMAC
Witte North America Ltd.
Woods Powr-Grip Co. Inc.
Z. Bavelloni U.S.A. Inc.
Zircon Corporation
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