Fourcault process

noun Four·cault process \(ˈ)fu̇|(ə)r¦kō-, (ˈ)fō|\

Definition of Fourcault process

  1. :  a process of drawing molten glass vertically upward in sheet form the Fourcault process produces flat glass for windows — E. R. Riegel

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Origin and Etymology of fourcault process

after Émile Fourcault, 20th century Belgian inventor

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