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Roller Wave Distortion: Setting Expectations with Suppliers

Roller wave distortion is a condition found in heat-treated glass that causes the glass surface to have imperfections known as peaks and valleys. These alternating high and low points result in the glass exhibiting optical distortion. Most noticeably, images reflected in the glass appear to be rippled. Roller wave distortion is very common in heat-treated […]