Examples from the Web for bakelite
This second dial was no more than a thin disk of hard rubber or bakelite, with a red scratch-mark on one side.The Infra-Medians|Sewell Peaslee Wright
This is a name the Australians coined for synthetic resin made from phenol and formaldehyde like bakelite.
Bakelite is a substitute for hard rubber or amber, invented by the eminent chemist Dr. Baekeland.America's Munitions 1917-1918|Benedict Crowell
Pipestems and beads of bakelite have the clear brilliancy of amber and greater strength.
The product is similar to bakelite, exactly how similar is a question that the courts will have to decide.
Word Origin for Bakelite
type of plastic widely used early 20c., 1909, from German Bakelit, named for Belgian-born U.S. physicist Leo Baekeland (1863-1944), who invented it. Originally a proprietary name, it is formed by the condensation of a phenol with an aldehyde.