DWM just returned from GlassBuild America at Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center. In case you missed our coverage last week, here’s a quick rundown of our reports from the big show.

Day 1: Quanex unveiled a bevy of new products, and Caldwell Manufacturing’s booth featured an innovative window from Rochester International called FoldUp. Here’s a short video of the window in action:

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Day 2: Machinery and hardware were the focus. Speaking of hardware, Lawrence Hardware of Thomasville, N.C., had some of the best swag of the show:

Best #glassbuild booth swag so far — Lawrence Hardware shades.

A photo posted by Door & Window Market magazine (@dwmmag) on

Day 3: Deceuninck took center stage with a major announcement — plans to open a 150,000-square-foot facility in Reno, Nev. The company also displayed several new products, including the Icon sliding door:

Deceuninck Icon sliding door at #glassbuild. A photo posted by Door & Window Market magazine (@dwmmag) on

According to GlassBuild officials, more than 7,300 attendees registered for this year’s show.

GlassBuild America 2016 is scheduled for October 19-21 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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