Aluminum window pane trim

A quick learner from Tequesta, FL says:
I broke a window pane in an aluminum window (10x11in.)
As a wooden window would have glazing compound, this
window had aluminum strips holding the pane in. See picture.
These strips are bent up due to removal. I used normal
glazing to hold the pane until I could do a better fix.
The strips are about .75 inches wide
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
We carry many different kinds of glazing bead that may work for you, however I will need more information to suggest a better match. Please show us a picture of the glazing strip in question from an angle that clearly shows it's end. You may want to cut it so that the end is as even as possible. We need to be able to make out its shape before we can recommend anything. I will also need your measurements.

Keep in mind that we are unable to provide aluminum glazing. All of our glazing beads are vinyl. You can browse through our section to get an idea of what kind of pictures and measurements we need.
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