Intermac: Glasstec 2002 report

Date: 19 November 2002
Source: Intermac
Present at the 2002 edition of Glasstec with a full range of work centres and cutting machines, Intermac has once again confirmed itself as being a world leader, providing the best in performance, productivity and continuous technological innovation.

Professionals from the glass sector visiting the Düsseldorf exhibition showed particular interest in the JET and PRO series CNC work centres, machines that are characterised by their exclusive performance, innovation and productivity. Even greater interest was shown for the new PRO 5 work centre for the universal machining of sheet glass, the best in its class.In the cutting bench section, the complete line formed by the FOX 3700 equipped with the ELK automatic loader and TRONK sheet breaking station demonstrated Intermac’s continuing dedication to completing the range of cutting solutions.

The enormous number of visitors to the F and P series bilateral grinding lines, produced at the Busetti factory of Bergamo, were able to see the machines with their new and innovative high-tech QuickSet systems and liquid Cerium polishing equipment.

With its over 50 different types of machining operations effected daily, its program simulation ‘Software Point’ and its ‘Teleservice’ remote diagnostics Demo, Glasstec 2002 has confirmed Intermac’s position as the most important reference point for professionals in the sector.

600450 Intermac: Glasstec 2002 report
Date: 19 November 2002
Source: Intermac

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