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Check out this article on our Walk/Don’t Walk signs in today’s New York Times: http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/20/walk-dont-walk-open-your-wa… Michael Grynbaum writes eloquently about these now extinct New York city icons, although seems in our opinion a little too
What is vitreous enamel? Vitreous enamel is a material made by fusing a finely powdered glass (called frit) to a substrate and firing it between 750 and 850 degrees centigrade. The powdered glass melts, it flows and then it hardens to a smooth and durable vitreous coating. Substrates must be able to withstand these high …
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