Glassware Is Artificially Blown And Made, Is It True Or False?

Glassware is artificially blown and made, is it true or false?


Glassware is artificially blown and made, is it true or false?



Artificial blowing is divided into two kinds of blowing and static blowing. The so-called blow is to blow the big bubble into a certain shape of the mold, and then rotate the blowing formula. The so-called static blow, is to put the big bubble into a certain shape of the mold, do not rotate the blowing type.



The rotary blowing method is mainly used for producing circular cups, vases and other products; the static blowing method is mainly used for blowing thin-walled products with different geometric shapes and patterns on the surface, such as square and curved shaped products.



The products blown by the blow-blow method have a smooth surface and can not see the joint line of the mold, and the appearance is more beautiful; the products blown by the static blow method can be clearly seen on the product because they do not rotate when blown in the mold. The stitch line does not have the smooth appearance of the blow-through method.