drawn glass

drawn glass

[¦drȯn ′glas]
(materials)
Glass made automatically by drawing the molten material through rollers.

drawn glass, flat-drawn glass, flat-drawn sheet glass

Sheet glass fabricated by the continuous drawing of the molten glass from a furnace; has fire-finished surfaces, not perfectly flat and parallel, resulting in some distortion.
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Caption: Opposite page, left: Kerstin Bratsch, Poli'ahu's Curse: First Bone Chill, 2012-16, luster and enamel on antique glass, drawn glass, glass jewels, agate, lead, 36 1/2 x 25".
Caption: Opposite page, right: Kerstin Bratsch, Because Loved Wildness (Mund der Wahrheit), 2015, luster and enamel on antique glass, drawn glass, glass jewels, church-window bordering, agate, lead, 37 Va x 241/T.
Left: Kerstin Bratsch for das INSTITUT, Blocked Radiant (for Ioana) Lens, 2013, drawn glass, 43 1/8 x 43 1/8".
The production of optical fibers consists of a series of inline processes; the drawing of glass fiber from a heated silica preform in the furnace, the cooling of drawn glass fiber in a dedicated fiber cooling system, the coating of polymers on the bare glass fiber, and the ultraviolet (UV) curing on the fiber coatings.
The acid electrolyte (10-25% concentration) is passed under pressure (0.3- 1.0 MPa) through a finely drawn glass tube nozzle.
It is because of this we have decided to have his coffin taken in a horse drawn glass carriage to the church."
Wenger has drawn glasses and a 'tache on his mugshot and signed it for the Willow Foundation - the charity set up by Bob Wilson to provide seriously-ill patients with special days.