How GE gets the CFL into the Incandescent Shell

When I wrote yesterday about GE's new compact fluorescent that looks like an incandescent, (and wondered whatever happened to form following function) I did wonder how they got that squiggly CFL inside the bulb. Was it like building a ship in a bottle, or did they glue two halves of a bulb around it? John Strainic, Global Project Manager for GE, explains, sort of.

Tags: Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs | Lighting


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