Glass is a solid material made of quartz osmium, soda ash, limestone, feldspar, and broken glass as the main raw materials. Glass manufacturing has a long history. In 1500 BC, the Egyptians produced the earliest glass packaging containers by the "sand core" method; the Romans established a large-scale glass factory in the 3rd century AD; in the middle of the 19th century, Europe was the first to use heat storage. Chamber furnaces melt glass and invented a method for forming semi-mechanized glass products. After the 20th century, the glass industry entered the era of mechanization and automated production. Computer technology has been widely used in glass industry production today. Although it has a long history of development, the daily-use glass industry, as one of the industrial industries most closely related to the people's daily life, still maintains a strong vitality today, manifested in the growing market demand, the continuous advancement of technology, and the continuous industrial structure. Upgrades, etc. The daily glass industry has the characteristics of capital-intensive, technology-intensive and labor-intensive. With the enhancement of society's awareness of energy saving and environmental protection and the improvement of the industry's production technology level, the daily-use glass industry has gradually developed in the direction of lightening, environmental protection and energy saving.