HEGLA boraident LASERBIRD for glass panes up to 9,0 x 3,3 meters

HEGLA boraident LASERBIRD for glass panes up to 9,0 x 3,3 meters
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Date: 27 January 2023

HEGLA is proud to introduce the Laserbird, a system that can manipulate the top layer of a pane of glass up to 9,000 x 3,300 mm in size.

With its various finishing treatment programs, which can be selected via an app-based control system, Laserbird can offer customers an additional benefit.

To learn more, HEGLA invites customers to visit their website or contact Thomas Rainer, the head of development, at thomas.rainer@hegla.de.

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