Glass and you [videorecording] / Paul Hance Productions for Corning Glass Works.

Glass and you [videorecording] / Paul Hance Productions for Corning Glass Works.
[S.l. : Released by Association Films], c1955.
1 film reel (29 min.) : sd., col. ; 16 mm.
1 videodisc (29 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Authors: 
Magness, Frederick.
Corning Glass Works.
Paul Hance Productions.
Association Films.
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Glass and you
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DVD Digitized Preservation Copy
Title from title frame.
At beginning of title: "Corning Glass Works presents".
Photography, Ross Lowell ; editing, Henry A. Sundquist.
Narrator, Frederick Magness.
A film illustrating the many uses of glass in our everyday lives. The film begins with a brief introduction of the history and the properties of glass. There is a heavy emphasis on research at Corning Glass Works, in such areas as photo-sensitive glass, photoform glass, tempering of glass, glass pipes and vessels, cookware, pressing, fiberglass,Vycor, and so much more. There is some coverage of the processes involved in glass manufacture, both by mass production and by hand. There is a good segment on the ribbon machine, used to produce light bulbs at a rate of 1,000 bulbs per minute. Also discussed and demonstrated, Prince Rupert's drops.
Film reel.
Betacam SP.
C.8 is in 16mm format, received with original mailing order dated April 20, 1962. Note on order indicates that this print has "replacement footage at head and tail".
MiniDv received from Sax Communications, indicates it is the film transfer master.