50 Years of Experience with Glass Tempering Equipment with Stanley Joehlin
Have you ever seen a demonstration on how an S-bow warp occurs? Or perhaps you've experienced some production defects and need to do some problem solving. Maybe you just need an introductory tool to explain the fundamental concepts of an ideal heating and ideal cooling cycle. Concepts for Analyzing Glass Tempering Problems is a comprehensive guide developed for glass and glazing professionals at every stage of their career. This unique video series and education kit was developed by industry veteran Stanley W. Joehlin (in partnership with GANA) to serve as an aid to anyone new to the glass tempering process and to provide problem-solving techniques for anyone encountering a new problem due to process changes that are not understood or when running a new product.
Stan Joehlin has more than 50 years of experience in glass tempering and spent nearly 35 years offering lectures at glass fabrication seminars hosted by various industry associations. The Concepts for Analyzing Glass Tempering Problems video series and education kit offers diagrams, detailed photographs, warp demonstrations and real-world case studies from the field and from the factory to provide an overview of fundamental tempering concepts and troubleshooting tactics.
The Concepts for Analyzing Glass Tempering Problems video series and education kit includes a three-volume DVD set of instruction from Stan Joehlin; a companion textbook; ten workbooks to test viewer comprehension and an answer key for verification. The package is available to GANA members for $895 or $1,790 for non-members (plus shipping and handling). To learn more about the concepts of the materials or to order a copy, visit www.glasswebsite.com/publications.