Companies Continue to Sign Up for Glass
Expo Midwest; Event to Feature Many Architectural Seminars
April 6, 2011
Glass Expo Midwest is set to open tomorrow at the Indianapolis Marriott East, offering two days of educational sessions, a trade show and networking opportunities. Companies are continuing to sign up to exhibit, including Custom Glass Machinery (CGM).
Based in Columbus, Ohio, CGM will feature Dip-Tech's GlassJet digital frit printer, as well as many other decorative processes and coatings solutions. CGM brings glass science, materials engineering, and decades of glass experience to the marketplace.
In addition to the trade show, attendees can also take part in a variety of architectural seminars and workshops. Sessions will focus on many of the industry's hottest topics, including selling security products, Building Information Modeling, LEED and energy efficiency, proper applications of storefront, window walls and curtainwalls, electronically tintable glass, working with architects and many more.
Glass Expo Midwest, which runs until Friday, April 8, is co-sponsored by the Indiana Glass Association, the Illinois Glazing Association, the Michigan, Ohio, Minnesota, and Wisconsin Glass Associations, Detroit Glass Dealers Association and the Association of Glazing Contractors, USGlass, DWM, the Architects' Guide to Glass and WINDOW FILM magazines.
Visit the event website to learn more about Glass Expo Midwest.