Category Archives: Products

Posts that we discuss anything that might to do with our products.

The Federal Glass Company – Executive Glasses

Today we got our hands on two dozen 5oz “Executive” glasses from The Federal Glass Company in Columbus, Ohio.  There isn’t a date on the box, but if I would have to guess: they’re from the 60′s or 70′s. After some research we think these glass were fairly common and will etch them or use read more »

The Logs Never Lie t-shirt

I’ve worked in technology for over ten years now.  Even though those days are behind me, I’ve done my time on the front lines answering support calls.  I believe it is one of the hardest jobs in the field. There is nothing more frustrating than a user who tells you that your logs lying.  I’m read more »

Custom Etched Beer Mug

Just a quick update tonight. Over the last couple months we’ve been putting together our glass etching setup and we’re finally ready to put it to work.  It wasn’t long until we got our first job and we’re happy how they came out. These beer mugs were made for groomsmen gifts, each customized with initials.  read more »

Cactus Love T-shirt, hot off the press!

Tonight we’re spending a little time organizing our stock and making a t-shirt for a friend of ours.  This is the Cactus Love T-shirt we have on Etsy, but she wanted it on a black tee.  Remember that we have a stock of t-shirts and colors that we can use, so if you are interested read more »

Hack Pittsburgh Flag

A few months ago we did a flag for HackPGH, the local hackerspace.  It made it’s debut at the first Pittsburgh Mini Maker Faire but it now hangs over the shop’s door to help locate the shop for newcomers.   Here it is right before we delivered it. Here is how it flies now!  The read more »

Mustache Robot Inspiration

We just finished our second design for glass earlier this week. We usually call him Mustache Robot, but I got the inspiration for the design from one of my favorite childhood stories. The original idea came from the L. Frank Baum books that came after The Wizard of OZ. I loved everything about Baum’s books read more »