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The high-end plastic, developed by a General Electric Co. scientist, Daniel Fox, in 1953, has been used in the space helmets worn on the moon by Astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong, in stock-car windshields and helmets worn by Nascar drivers, in Apple Computer Inc.'s colorful iMacs, Pyrex utensils and countless other products. Tom Clancy even refers to an armored vehicle's Lexan windows in his 1996 thriller, "Executive Orders."
Still, unlike Teflon, the Intel microchip and other recognized brands, Lexan, a polycarbonate plastic or resin, is no household name. Not even with professional surfer Lance Ho'okano, whose success partly depends on it. His surfboard's patented "Turbo Tunnel" fin "can add a little whip on your turning," and helps to "stable out the board" in the water, he says.