Whats an eGlass?
eGlass is an illuminated transparent lightboard with a built-in camera, that captures your face and writing in the same picture, boosting student engagement to unprecedented levels. Imagine never turning your back to write again.
How much does eGlass cost?
eGlass is available in two sizes – 35″ and 50″. MSRP is $2,198 for the 35″ and $3,298 for the 50″ model. Special pricing for the education sector is available which brings the cost of the 35″ model below $1,999 for school districts.
What is the difference between E glass and S glass?
Compared to E-glass, S-fiberglass offers much higher tensile strength and elastic modulus as well as about 10% greater stiffness. Other key characteristics include excellent temperature resistance, good moisture resistance, and long fatigue and shelf lives.
What is E glass Fibre?
E-Glass or electrical grade glass was originally developed for stand off insulators for electrical wiring. It was later found to have excellent fibre forming capabilities and is now used almost exclusively as the reinforcing phase in the material commonly known as fibreglass.
How much does a light board cost?
While there are premade lightboards available for purchase, the lightboard we present can be built from a few basic supplies. Professional-grade lightboards are available for $3000-$15,000.
How do you clean learning glass?
The best way to clean your glass initially is to use the foam spray and squeegee. Spray the foam across the entire glass, and let it sit for a minute. Starting from the top corner, use the squeegee to wipe horizontally, then move lower to the next patch. Wipe the squeegee with a towel after each pass.
Which is stronger E glass or S-glass?
Is s-glass stronger than carbon fiber?
Glass fiber weighs more than the second most common reinforcement, carbon fiber, and is not as stiff, but is more impact-resistant and has a greater elongation-to-break (that is, it elongates to a greater degree before it breaks).
What is E glass made from?
E-glass—also known as electrical glass—is the standard glass composition used for most glass fibers. It is made from the oxides of silicon, aluminum, calcium, magnesium, and boron. It exhibits the following mechanical properties: Density: 2.54 g/cm3 (158.6 lb/ft3)