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Technique description

Glass cutting refers to glass which has been reshaped, scored, or cut into whilst in a solid state. Examples of this include brilliant cut, water jet, and bevelled glass.

  • Brilliant cut is where a diamond is used to cut into the surface of glass. This is distinctive due to the smooth cut that maintains clarity.
  • Water jetting, as the name suggests, is the process of using a high-powered stream of water to cut into the surface of the glass.
  • Bevelling is the process of cutting into glass at an angle. These angles then create a prism when light shines on them.
Glass Cutting - Exxon Project - Daedalian Glass Studios

Glass cutting project for ExxonMobil

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