by peter shin
Great! I found this files from Dupont website.
And i would like share here.
The following info is from www2.dupont.com:
DuPont™ SentryGlas® Expressions™ Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if my images are print ready?
A basic rule of thumb is 150 ppi (pixels per inch) are required at the final size of the image. As a reference, images from a website have 72 ppi and are roughly 2” x 2”.
What does “backing” mean?
DuPont has three “backing” options to print an image on: Clear – See through where there is no printing
Soft White (80% Light Transmission) – Light-etched look with no printing
Translucent White (65% Transmission) – Heavier etched look with no printing
What are the benefits of laminated safety glass?
There are multiple benefits of using laminated safety glass. By code, it is a safety glass. Architects have used laminated glass for years to improve security, reduce sound, and lower ultraviolet radiation. New uses include solar control, structural benefits, bomb blast protection and unique decorative applications.
How do I get samples?
There are several sources of samples:
1) General samples can be requested from DuPont or a qualified laminator.
2) Custom samples can be produced; please contact DuPont to determine custom pricing for your specific application.
Where is SentryGlas® Expressions™ being used?
Basically, everywhere! Popular applications include wall partitions, windows, doors, floors, sky lights, facades, and art installations. Please see the small sample of case histories in the SentryGlas® Expressions™ Applications Quick Glance Sheet or visit websites of www.dupont.com/safetyglass or www.laminatedglassnews.com.
Where can I get more answers?
Depending on your question, there are several sources of information:
1) Informative Websites:
A) www.dupont.com/safetyglass (Look for SentryGlas® Expressions™ Section) B) www.laminatedglassnews.com
2) Contact your local glass representative
3) Contact your local DuPont representative
Disclaimer: The technical data contained herein are guides to the use of DuPont materials. The advice contained herein is based upon tests and information believed to be reliable, but user should not rely upon it absolutely for specific applications because performance properties will vary with processing conditions. It is given and accepted at user’s risk and confirmation of its validity and suitability in particular cases should be obtained independently. The DuPont Company makes no guarantees of results and assumes no obligations or liability in connection with its advice. This publication is not to be taken as a license to operate under, or recommendation to infringe, any patents.