An innovative window with an invisible frame: from the applied research to the industrial production
The results of the “Full Glass” window idea, patent and industrialization process is presented in order to commercialize it on the market. The “Full Glass” is an innovative window with an invisible frame. The aim of this work is to explain the process phases: design and optimization of the components, production costs evaluation, and construction feasibility verifying the applicability of the “technologies simplification” principle. The latter means the possibility to realize components with high performance by using a limited number of pieces than traditional ones available on the market.
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