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[*] posted on 30-1-2021 at 03:44
Glassware manufacturers in Europe


Hello everyone!

For my upcoming project I need quite unusual vessel.
Do you, guys and gurls by any chance know Europe based glass manufacturers who are willingly cooperate with individuals.
I already tried to contact local companies, one in Germany, another in Italy, but they are not wiling to take an order only for 1-2 pieces of equipment.
I tried to contact Deschem as well, they denied the request as well =/

Hope to hear from you soon =)
Cheers.
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[*] posted on 30-1-2021 at 04:20


Try https://www.neubert-glas.de/ .
I as an individual have ordered a couple of times for glassware successfully.
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[*] posted on 30-1-2021 at 05:40


Quote: Originally posted by metalresearcher  
Try https://www.neubert-glas.de/ .
I as an individual have ordered a couple of times for glassware successfully.


Thanks a lot! I will try to contact them
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[*] posted on 30-1-2021 at 06:49


This in Barcelona, Catalonia, "reasonable price" :-)

https://www.vidrafoc.com/servicios.html

this is around the world, a bit expensive :-(

https://www.scharlab.com/

this in Dublin, Ireland, I send 2 emails some tinme ago asking for a piece and no reply, maybe is closed... or rebuilding the co.?

http://www.eirglass.ie/

good luck!


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[*] posted on 30-1-2021 at 13:54


I asked for a bokakob style reflux fractionating column made out of glass, and they called 400$ for the job. Similar tubes are sold for 30$.

Neubert-Glas does some custom jobs as far as I know. I have ordered them for a couple of times and the stuff is of high quality, they supply their own brand and also some other name brands from Europe, like Simax. The communication can be slow though, and my first order took over a month to ship.
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shocked.gif posted on 1-2-2021 at 07:50


Quote: Originally posted by metalresearcher  
Try https://www.neubert-glas.de/ .
I as an individual have ordered a couple of times for glassware successfully.

Answer from those guys:
Angebot

Vierkantwürfel 85x85x85mm mit 3x Hals NS24 - 680 Euro
+ 24,50 Euro Versandkosten
+ Mwst.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen

Price is kinda insane! :C
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[*] posted on 1-2-2021 at 13:56


Just out of interest, can you tell what you need square vessel for? Never seen or heard of one, except for some Kentucky.
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[*] posted on 1-2-2021 at 16:10


Maybe try contact with universities. Probably they have a glass technician, who can accept your order.
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[*] posted on 7-2-2021 at 00:46


Dunno. Find a glassblower. Once upon a time, they were commonplace, and relatively inexpensive.

Lot of glassblowers in my town; though mostly they make bongs.

Old timers probably blew their own glass, when the occasion demanded it.
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[*] posted on 7-2-2021 at 01:17


Dome13 seems to be on the right track. I would look for University's or try and the local glassblowers or courses that teach glassblowing.or Google custom glassblowing.
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