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window glass, sheet glass

A soda-lime-silica glass; in the US fabricated in continuous flat sheets up to 6 ft (1.83 m) wide, in thicknesses from 0.05 to 0.22 in. (1.27 to 5.59 mm); graded AA, A, and B according to quality, but the actual quality depends on the manufacturer.
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When it comes to manufacturing window glass, there's only one way to handle the process: very carefully.
In Clarksburg, where more radical technological transformation in window glass had reduced the distance between workers in different steps the production process, workers went with the CIO.
The variation in refractive index and density across two sheets of window glass, Journal of the Forensic Science Society (1970) 10:139-148.
Aurora Glass gathers up window glass that otherwise would be buried in a landfill and turns it into colorful tiles, bowls, vases, candleholders and Christmas ornaments.
Some programs already crush window glass along with beverage glass, he says.
Actors, instead of crashing painfully through real window glass, dove into large sheets of candy glass.
Police said only the special toughened window glass prevented the driver from being killed.
We do a lot of window replacement, and most of the time it requires breaking the old window glass.
window glass, silicone, paint, wood, paper, 42 x 22 x 19" (107 x 56 x 48 cm).
Products from the Aurora Glass Foundry are made from 100 percent recycled glass, the bulk of which is window glass donated by BRING Recycling, a local organization that accepts used building materials.
LVDTs are also used on assembly lines for measuring the body panel apertures for window glass, taillight assemblies, and headlight assemblies.
Its xenon arc lamps are full-spectrum (UV, visible light and infrared) to realistically reproduce sunlight, sunlight through window glass and bright indoor lighting.