The Glass Machinery Company Introduces New Benefits From Denver

The Glass Machinery Company is pleased to announce further developments in the Denver product range. These include an upgrade to machinery software in the form of new program macros.

The latest software initiative provides fast edging of chipped sheets having been specifically designed to improve performance and reduce scrapage of faulty work pieces. Additionally the software provides real time updates for CAM parameters according to the variations of the CAD drawing dimensions.

In particular Windows software has been developed for door processing with short-cut keys that display and control real time drawing as well as production factors. A recent new development with the DENVER CNC workcentre has also been introduced to eliminate the need to adjust the glass and remove marks on the edge by opening the machine’s CAD CAM.

The latest workcentre model now has a dedicated button incorporated that will quickly and efficiently set the desired glass edge removal. The entire program then re-calibrates automatically leaving the workcentre ready for the next piece of glass. The latest edition of the DENVER “Newsletter” which was launched this summer gives detailed information on all of the latest product developments in the range.

Anyone wishing to receive more information or a copy of the newsletter should contact Phil Birchall on + 44 (0)1630 638555. Phil Birchall, Managing Director, The Glass Machinery Company comments, “As a leading machinery provider it is important for us to ensure that any beneficial product developments, whether technical or commercial, are highlighted to both new and existing customers as quickly as possible. We believe these are important developments for those looking to invest at this time.”

600450 The Glass Machinery Company Introduces New Benefits From Denver
Date: 21 October 2011
Source: HSC Communications

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