The Glass Expo Northeast (GENE) show floor will include AGNORA as an exhibitor for the 2019 program, look for us at booth #106. The two-day architectural glass event will take place at the Long Island Marriott in Uniondale, New York on March 27-28, 2019. AGNORA Project Managers James Cole, Kevin Nash, and Jon Lowrence will be in attendance to discuss all things new at AGNORA, including:
Jumbo Anti-Reflective Glass
This is ideal for any application where excessive glass of reflection creates an obstruction. We are starting to use this product extensively in the luxury retail space for storefronts. We can fabricate up to 236” x 126” in size, this is the best anti-reflective available in the market, at the largest size in North America!
Our friends at Dip-Tech have brought us a new printer. We are still able to print the largest glass in North America at 300” x 130” in size. With our new printer, our lead times are faster and the resolution is double in quality! Solar control. Dot patterns for bird-friendly glass. Creative displays. Art. All of these requests can be executed through digitally printing in both exterior and interior glass applications. We are seeing more digital frit and patterns on storefront applications, particularly on high-end retail stores, including perimeter frit, to help clean up the sight lines. Check out 4 digitally-printed projects that we took on because of their challenges on size, imagery, and timelines.
The Corner Insulated Glass Unit
This is a treat and not one to be missed. For an unobstructed view of a building corner, look no further than AGNORA. Architects around the world have been looking for ways to provide more open space in their facades. Stop by the booth to see a small mockup of a unit and learn more about this aesthetically clean and versatile product.
ABOUT the Glass Expo Northeast CONFERENCE: Glass Expo Northeast™ ’19 is the region’s largest glass-related conference and trade show dedicated to the architectural glass and metal industry. The event is co-sponsored by the Long Island Glass Association, USGlass magazine, Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal and USGNN.com™. To learn more about GENE ’19, visit www.usglassmag.com/gene