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Coldworking: Overview

Introduction to library resources about coldworking techniques. More information is available through the library catalog or by using the Rakow's Ask a Librarian service.

Definition

Coldworking is a collective term for the many techniques used to alter or decorate glass after the annealing, or cooling, process is complete. This includes: grinding, polishing, cutting, engraving, etching, sandblasting, stippling, and more.

Introductory texts

Max Ehrlacher: Engraving and Coldworking Techniques

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