Intermac at Vitrum 2013

Date: 14 October 2013
Source: Intermac
The Intermac stand at vitrum 2013 exhibition will occupy an area of about 700 square meters and is subdivided internally between different areas of technology.

Common denominator is the quality of the mechanical and software solutions and the reliability that have always distinguished the products of Intermac.   

Cutting: Over the last years Intermac has done a great investment on the development of its range of cutting solutions. This has led to the development of a range rich with models, patents and innovations. Today Intermac can provide a solution for the shaped cutting and breaking of laminated glass. Besides the vertical buffer allows for a reduction of machine overall dimensions by 20%, with no reduction of ergonomy and productivity.

Waterjet: for the segment of waterjet cutting systems, will provide live demos with the Primus 322. This machine is waterjet with a working area of 3210x2200mm and equipped with two five-axes cutting heads. The machine can also perform inclined cuts and bevel edges. The patented infinitive rotating C axis allows seamless execution of the most complex cutting schemes. Besides, the machine can also execute two identical pieces at the same time.

Primus is a solution that offers clear advantages for those who deal with specific processes such as glass for appliances, furniture, technical glasses, multilayer laminated glass and gift items. In fact adjusting the cutting speed of the head, the pieces cut with waterjet technology can be sent directly to the tempering furnace.

Double Edging: Busetti, a leading brand in the double edgers industry will be present at the fair with a flat edge singles machine, the F Series. This new range of machines has been received by the market with great enthusiasm. The machine has been completely redesigned and now offers a higher level of automation and introduces, for the first time in this field, PC-based numerical control, with all the advantages that this solution can provide in terms of computing power and ease of use. Of great interest is the possibility of equipping the machine with automatic preset of the diamond wheels, an operation that traditionally consumes a fair amount of time and, instead, in the new FSeries, can be handled automatically by the machine.

Work centres: there will also be a Master 35 work centre on the stand. This machine has already been installed in hundreds of workshops around the world and represents the state-of-the-art in terms of reliability, accuracy and quality of finish. The operating hi-tech five-axes head is able to carry out the most complex machining and offers great ease in programming through PC-based numerical control.

Vertical machines:

The highlight of Vitrum 2013 for Intermac will surely be the Vertmax, a machine that offers top level finishing quality plus all the advantages of vertical solutions in terms of machine overall dimensions, workable dimensions and ease of use.

In fact Vertmax offers zero set-up time, extremely powerful and easy software with parametric system that allows to quickly modify old machining programs to create new ones and also offers automatic tool selection.

All these elements make Vertmax one of the most interesting and advanced solutions in the world of glass vertical processing.

Range of products:

• Machines and systems for monolithic and laminated glass cutting • Waterjet systems • Double edging machines and systems • CNC drilling machines • CNC work centres • Diamond tools




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Genius 37 CT RS

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F-10 Series (single machine)


Master 35



Intermac is the division of the Biesse Group that produces and distributes machines and systems for the flat glass industry and more in general for the furniture, building and automotive industries.

Through a vast distribution network, consisting of subsidiaries, distributors and agents, Intermac provides a personalized and customized service to customers ranging from pre-sales consultancy to after-sales service and spare parts.

Intermac Glass & Stone Division operates in the market with three brands, each specializing in different product lines:

Intermac - machines and systems for cutting, waterjet systems, work centers, vertical machines.

Busetti – double edging machines and systems

Diamut - tools for glass

Intermac Glass & Stone Division carries out its production activities at its factories in Pesaro, Bergamo and Lugo, where it has more than 20,000 square meters of production area which employs over 200 employees.

600450 Intermac at Vitrum 2013
Date: 14 October 2013
Source: Intermac

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