rolled glass

rolled glass

[′rōld ′glas]
(materials)
Thick flat glass made by passing a roller over the molten glass.

rolled glass

Molten glass from a furnace is passed through rollers to produce a pattern on one or both surfaces of the glass. See also: Glass

rolled glass

A flat glass sheet produced by passing a stream of molten glass between two steel rollers; usually in widths up to 12 ft (3.66 m) and thicknesses from 1/8 to 1. in. (3.2 to 31.8 mm). Embossed rollers are used to produce patterned surfaces.
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