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My name is Keith Hunt. I’m the general manager of HHH Tempering Resources, and I’ve been with the company for 22 years.
I think one of the most common problems our customers face for the final shape of the glass is bowing in the quench from unequal air pressure, unequal heat, mechanical warping coming out of the furnace, as far as if the bed height’s too high or too low. It can be S-bowing from heat in the oven. Final glass shape would be probably some of the most common questions.
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