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If your intended application for Willow Glass™ involves bending of the substrate, it is essential to understand Compression vs. Tension and orient your part accordingly.
Though Coresix has established and regularly tests our scribe process to maximize edge quality and resulting strength, bending the glass toward the scribe side, thereby “compressing” the micro-fractures created by the scribe, will result in the strongest condition.
Coresix identifies the compres-sion side as part of our stan-dard packaging procedure.
Willow Glass™ is produced in a continuous strip and rolled onto a spool at the production line. Coresix maintains this pristine condition through strictly controlled handling and processing. For best cost efficiency, we pack most produce directly from the cutting line.
For cleanliness critical applications, Coresix has the capability of ultrasonically cleaning Willow Glass as thin as 100μm and as large as 500mm diagonal
For sizes up to 500mm Square, parts are “stacked” with Tyvek paper interleaf, shrink wrapped and placed in a cardboard box with protective liner.
Sizes exceeding 500mm are “stacked” with Tyvek paper interleaf in a custom sized wood crate with protective liner.
Cleanliness Critical – For applications requiring minimize-tion of particulate, parts are packed using additional plastic sheet liner to reduce in-transit contamination.
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