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goed nieuws spectrum glass Oceanside
het eerste oceanside glas is in someren
De eerste container is in europa aan gekomen.
Wij verwachten het eeste glas zaterdag 7 october in huis te hebben
7 juni 2017
productie is begonnen klik hier
18 mei 2017
productie planning klik hier
6 april 2017
Het laatste nieuws!
Zoals het er nu naar uit ziet wordt het eerste Spectrumglas in augustus weer verwacht.
We hopen dat daardoor aan het eind van het jaar alles weer uit voorraad leverbaar is.
Helaas merken we dat Wissmach de grote vraag op dit moment niet aan kan.
Ook hier beginnen er gaten te vallen.
Het goede wat deze hectische tijd ons gebracht heeft:
-nieuwe lijn Yang glas momenteel ruim 45 kleuren uit voorraad leverbaar!
-nieuwe lijn Crystal Unico; ruim 250 soorten glas/spiegel en Coe96
We hebben nog nooit zo’n groot assortiment aan kleuren gehad!
Kom gerust zelf eens een kijkje nemen! De koffie staat klaar!
26 maart 2017
14 februari 2017
Dear Art Glass Community,
Let us introduce ourselves. We are Oceanside Glasstile, and we have humbly accepted the torch that Spectrum Glass sustained for the last 40 years producing world-premiere art glass. Our company has been firing glass tile products for 25 years, and we are incredibly excited to be honored with the task of making the materials that fuel the flame in the art glass community. Our founders were rooted in glass blowing and ceramics and their passion for handcrafted products lives on in our company today.
We have had an incredibly warm welcome into your community and we wanted to extend a most gracious THANK YOU! for all your support during this time. It is extremely important to us that we continue to keep an open line of communication with your community, so we wanted to take a quick minute to outline the progress we are anticipating in the coming months.
-Our team has been back and forth to Seattle since late summer being trained on Spectrum Glass processes and equipment
-We are working feverishly to set up all the new equipment being shipped to us from the Northwest.
-Key personnel from Spectrum Glass will be assisting with set-up, training, and working side-by-side with our team to ensure a successful production line.
-We are collecting insights from users, retailers and industry pros alike on favorite products in the marketplace.
-Bag-house equipment is implemented.
-Final installation of furnaces, lehrs and manufacturing processes will be in full swing.
-The first of Mass production will begin.
-Websites will begin to get updates.
There is a lot more to come!
The Oceanside Glasstile Team
28 december 2016
Zie hier het laatste nieuws.
23 november 2016
22 september 2016
System 96 Message from Uroboros
July 5, 2016
Dear Uroboros Friends,
There is no doubt we have started a new era in colored glass making. Change is inevitable, but we all know that this difficult shift will not deter any of us from pursuing our passion for this art in as safe a manner as technology can provide. At the end of the day, the glass arts will be safer for all, guaranteed, and that is good news for everyone!
Although plans for a new emission control 'baghouse' are now in hand, we are still working on securing the capital required to fund it, along with setting up some energy conservation credits, tax abatements, and the like. With a 12 week installation expected, the earliest we can now predict to be back in full production is at the end of October. However, we‘ve found some clever (but temporary!) work arounds to keep more colors than we expected flowing in the meantime. We do have colors back in stock now that we didn’t have just a few weeks ago. Check in with your favorite supplier! Need to find a supplier? Click here.
We’re also excited to report that we are already able to fulfill customer requests for some Spectrum colors! For one client we were able to match 10 of the 12 colors desired - from formulas we already had in our palette! So please ask us directly or through your dealer if you can’t get what you need anymore from Spectrum. We plan to keep you posted as their stock runs out and we begin to produce specific Spectrum color matches.
We know you already miss the super smooth Spectrum sheet surface, and it’s not even gone yet! We do too! But are you aware we’ve made strides over the last couple of years improving the smoothness of our hand rolled fusible sheets? The Spectrum closure has added a new urgency to our ongoing efforts to push the limits of hand rolling techniques for fusibles, and to find out just how smooth and glossy we can get them. So stay tuned on this one!
We are fully committed to carrying on the both the traditional Uroboros and System 96 product lines, as well as building upon the strength of the brands and their distribution network. We’re doing everything in our power to ensure the future of art glass is a bright and colorful one!
System 96 Message from Uroboros
May 19, 2016
Dear System 96 Customers,
While we all gather our wits about us after Spectrum’s stunning announcement of their closure plans, Uroboros would like to reassure all System 96 customers that we will carry on with the line.
As a reminder, Uroboros Glass is a founding partner of System 96. We assisted Spectrum as they learned how to produce tested compatible glass with their system, and have produced a large percentage of System 96 colors and styles from the beginning. Here is an outline of Uroboros’ view of a future without a Spectrum Glass.
What Uroboros can do:
Now and near term
•Continue the ‘distributor and retailer first’ distribution policies System 96 is known for.
•Uroboros has available production capacity to take on significantly more System 96 production than it currently does, and will be able to ramp up quickly once newly required emission controls are in place and certified later this year.
•Return prices to near historical normal levels for Uroboros sheet products after emission control equipment is in place and all costs are known.
•Uroboros has the technical skills to reproduce many of Spectrum’s colors in System 96, and is prepared to do so after Spectrum inventories run out. This will assure continued availability of sheet colors previously made by Spectrum, as well as the frit, stringer, noodle, and rods made from those colors.
•Make hand mixed streakies in color combinations familiar to Spectrum customers.
•Make thicknesses up to 5mm, and possibly 6mm with some practice.
•Make larger format hand cast sheets up to 26” wide and 33” long.
•Make sheets up to 30” x 48” with relatively modest equipment modifications.
•Continue to make incremental improvements in sheet smoothness as we have in the last couple of years.
•Continue to add new and innovative hand rolled sheet styles to the System 96 product line.
What Uroboros cannot do: (sorry, folks!)
•Make very smooth or low bubble count sheets as Spectrum could with their machine rolled process.
•Make specific Spectrum styles such as Spirit, Opal Art, and Baroque.
•Match Spectrum prices.
•Match Spectrum’s very uniform wispy style.
While the possibility of a glass art world without Spectrum looms over all our heads, Uroboros is committed to doing all that they can to ensure that a vibrant fusing world continues in the years ahead.
Spectrum Glass Nuggets®
In an effort to improve product availability, Spectrum will be extending their System 96® Nuggets and Spectrum Premium 2.0 Nuggets production through mid-September, 2016. We will be running Nuggets on 2-3 furnaces to insure that we produce a substantial quantity of inventory.
Regarding the long-term plan, Spectrum Glass is currently in discussions with several parties interested in purchasing the formulas and equipment to continue Nuggets® production in the future. We will update you as soon as we have anything firm to report.
In light of our recent news, there is a lot of speculation taking place on various chat boards and sites regarding Nuggets. Spectrum Glass would be pleased to provide customers with fact-based information regarding our Nuggets products over the coming months to alleviate any concerns. Please send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will answer your questions as quickly as possible