CRL Glass Machinery Introduces New Digital Vertical Glass Positioning Indicator for its TD25 2-Sided Vertical Drill

CRL Glass Machinery has announced that all new models of the versatile TD25 2-Sided Vertical Glass Drill (US TD25 and European EUTD25) now feature a Digital Vertical Positioning Indicator for the vertical, “Y” axis measurement.

The indicator system includes a compact digital readout and control pad mounted on the front of the machine. The system is easily calibrated and provides for precise vertical glass positioning. The readout can be shown in inches or millimeters. An “Incremental Mode” allows temporarily moving of the zero point to any position and measuring from that point.

This allows for multiple holes to be drilled at easily measured intervals. The readout can then be set back to the original zero point of the glass with the push of a button. John Czopek, Brand Manager of CRL Glass Machinery, states, “The TD25 2-Sided Vertical Glass Drill is the ideal space saving machine for fabricators who want to rapidly drill holes in glass without perimeter blow-outs. Drill set-up is accomplished by using actual X-Y coordinates. This eliminates the time needed to manually transpose hole layouts onto the glass surface.” The TD25 operates on standard single phase, 50/60 cycle, 110V AC power. Export voltages are available.

For more information, visit or contact CRL Glass Machinery toll free at (866) 583-1377 or (323) 588-1281 from outside the United States and Canada. C.R. Laurence is a leading global manufacturer and supplier to the glazing, architectural, railing, construction, industrial, and automotive industries. Its web site is a proven resource for the worldwide glass and glazing industry at

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