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August 29, 2018
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GlassBuild America 2018: Tips for a Great Show
Wear comfortable shoes. Do your homework. Make a plan. Get sleep. Wear comfortable shoes. Make appointments. Network. And did we mention to wear comfortable shoes? We asked longtime GlassBuild America exhibitors for their tips for trade show success. The event takes place in two weeks, Sept. 12-14 in Las Vegas. Read More
 
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Product Spotlight
Hydrophobic glass treatment by Nanovations USA
Nanovations USA will debut NG-1010 hydrophobic glass treatment at GlassBuild America, an invisible, ultra-thin coating, formulated with inorganic colloidal silica to offer water-repellent and easy-to-clean glass surfaces. The coating is free of silicone, wax, Teflon and siloxane, and is UV-resistant and resistant to abrasion. In a two-step coating process, Nanovations’ CL-50 surface prep uses colloidal, submicron abrasives to clean the glass, and prepares the glass to bond to the NG-1010 glass coating.
 
The Talk

By Stan Ragley

Trade shows are a key place for machinery purchasing. For attendees looking to buy, it’s important to get prepared now to secure financing and make a wise purchase. If you’re prepared ahead of time, you’re able to make a better deal at the show and secure what you need in an environment when machines are in shorter supply.

Look at both your personal and business credit to ensure it’s all in order ahead of time. The worst time to find out you need to correct something on your credit is when you need it. Make sure there are no mistakes or things you should correct in advance. Read More




 

 

 

 
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