Français : GARAGE Deutsch : BETRIEBSHOF, Garage A place used for parking vehicles and various associated activities. Departure, arrival and maintenance facilities may be available. See also : Depot, Bus parking in the depot
During the working of glass, it is sometimes useful to park the glass at annealing temperature (about 900øF), until some other work is done. While this can be done in an annealler, having a smaller space with specially designed doors can be useful in that it avoids damage to glass in the annealler and can allow glass still on the pipe or punty to park in the garage, the pipe extending through a split door.
A building or structure used, designed to be used, or reasonable capable of being used, for the storage of cars, trucks or other light vehicles that is constructed to a similar construction standard as residential buildings or structures. As well, these could be structures that may be used as shops or sheds, but are constructed to a similar standard and size as residential garages, with or without overhead garage doors.These buildings could be attached, detached, or built-in.
1. The Foundation studios at 187 Benefit, which are in a converted garage. (Which is actually a converted morgue). What Cheer Garage, which houses the vans that are available for RISD students to sign out from OSL for events or activities.
A gas-fired oven used when making complicated work made from many parts. The parts are kept warm in the garage until needed. For example, when making Venetian goblets, the stems and bowls are made first, and then stored in the garage. The foot is made, and then the stem is brought from the garage and attached. Finally, the bowl is brought and attached to the top of the goblet. The right side (cold side) of the garage is kept around annealing temperature (900 F), the left side is usually around 1050 F.
A residential garage is a building or part of a home either designed or used for storing a vehicle or vehicles. In some places the term is used synonymously with "carport", though that term normally describes a structure that is not completely enclosed.