Definition of Danner process
: a process for producing glass cane or tubing by continuous drawing from a rotating refractory cylinder, the diameter of the tubing being determined by the pressure of air passed through the center of the cylinder, the temperature of the glass, and the drawing speed
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Origin and Etymology of danner process
after Edward Danner †1952 American inventor
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