Canadian Plastics

LOOKING BACK… (November 01, 2008)

The March 1987 issue of Canadian Plastics reported on Cleveland, Ohio-based composite molder Glastic Company, and its development of composite panels for use in bowling alleys. Designed as a nostalgic...

November 1, 2008   Canadian Plastics



The March 1987 issue of Canadian Plastics reported on Cleveland, Ohio-based composite molder Glastic Company, and its development of composite panels for use in bowling alleys. Designed as a nostalgic throwback to the wood-grained look of bowling alleys built in the 1950s, the panels were made from a fiberglass mat/polyester resin system, with wood-grained graphics and wear surface molded in a single operation. For its achievement, Glastic was given the SPI Composite Institute’s annual best overall product award for 1986.


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