When you think about glass making, you probably picture an artisan blowing glass at the end of a long tube. This is one way to make glass, but modern manufacturers have found more efficient ways to make lots of glass items at once. Molds and injectors are used to make items like pitchers and wine glasses.
But that's glass making. What about glass breaking? We know a little about that, too! Glass cracks expand at about 3,000 miles per hour. In case it's not obvious, that's really fast! Keep reading on this blog to learn more about glass in its many forms.