Metalcrafters Sets Its Sights on Architectural Glass Market

From planes, trains and automobiles, Metalcrafters in Orange County, Calif., has announced that it is now aiming to produce complex, curved laminated and tempered glass products for the architectural glass industry.

The company, which made a name for itself over the last 15 years by building-and producing the windshields-of such concept cars as the Dodge Viper, FJ Cruiser and Dodge Demon, has now set its sights on the architectural glass industry. George Gaffoglio, chief executive officer of Metalcrafters, says the jump isn't too different from when the company first branched out to developing windshields for jetliners and trains.

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