This is one product that I really puzzled about.
For flat laminated glass panels I can see how two sheets can be bonded/fused
to the inner plastic layer, but how one earth is single and dual curvature
laminated glass made.
Presumably the plastic interlayer would not stand the temperature needed to
form the glass, so both glass sheets must be moulded to slightly different
but incredible high tolerance so that there are no air pockets, which to me
I have Googled this topic several times over a few months, enquired in
person at the St Helens Glass Museum, and asked knowledgeable automotive
industry people, and not yet come up with an answer.
I know this is off topic regarding ME (unless one counts driving to the
local metal stockist in a car fitted with a curved laminated glass
- posted 14 years ago