PROMO HOUR-GLASS PRODUCTION
Promo Hour-glass Production Process
After the design and materials are selected by our customers, the body of the hour-glass is blown on a glass lathe to a size appropriate for the size (time interval) of the hour-glass. The frame is made; depending on its design, it may be a single piece or multiple pieces including a bottom, top, and three or four posts. If the frame is made of resin, molds may be constructed, the resin is poured in and allowed to cure, the pieces are sanded or otherwise smoothed and polished, and they are fitted together. Frame pieces may be fitted to interlock; or they may be glued, bonded, or welded, again depending on the materials involved.
The sand quantity in a given hour-glass design or shape is not based on science or a measurement formula. The types of grains, the curves of the glass, and the shape and size of the opening impose too many variables on the rate of flow of the sand through the glass, so the amount of sand can not be mathematically calculated. Before the top of the frame is sealed, sand is added and allowed to flow through the glass for its prescribed time interval. At the end of that time period, sand remaining in the top of the glass is poured off and the glass is sealed.
Quality Control of Promo Hourglass Production
Quality control is highly important in the production of promo hour-glass. Therefore, as a professional hour-glass maker, we do all aspects of the work to insure a quality hour-glass produced that suit your requirements. And you are also involved in conceptualizing the design and choosing materials and colors. Hour-glass is a esthetically pleasing ornament, rather than accurate timepiece.