Schott Glass Technologies of Duryea, PA, has begun producing neodymium-doped glass, reputed to have glare-reducing properties, for prospective automotive applications. Rearview mirrors are the components most likely to benefit, industry insiders tell Wardâ€™s. However, the blue-tinted glass already is being used in a replacement headlamp offered by Federal-Mogul Lighting Products. The Pennsylvania-based optical glass company has set up a separate manufacturing line to accommodate the ...
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