The new Krea CNC launched by Denver

Date: 17 February 2011
Source: Denver SpA
Denver , the San Marino based innovative manufacturer of CNC machines has launched KREA, the ultimate addition to its already comprehensive range of hi-tech machines.

KREA features a small footprint design capable of working glass of size up to 2100 x 1100 with possibility of grinding, edging, drilling and polishing glass thickness up to 25mm.

With its powerful 9.2Kw electrospindle and 14 positions automatic tool change KREA suits the smaller glass shop with limited floor space as well as larger companies eager to improve productivity and cost-effectiveness in relation to batch and workpiece size.

Denver is worldwide renowned in the glass industry for the superior engineering of its machines thanks to its long standing experience in the stone working machinery industry where mechanical sturdiness and reliability are key factors. Describing the machine, Adolfo Fabbri engineering manager in DENVER said “ KREA is the best match for the modern, seamless fabrication of shower doors, home appliances and interior design items. Let alone state-of-the-art components such as  digital electronics, monobloc steel chassis and user-friendly cad cam software, KREA features the best operating/footprint area ratio in its category and recyclable soundproof and rustproof materials in all non-structural parts. Like all new DENVER products KREA complies the Denver Eco Friendly system which aims to reduce energy consumption by 30%.

KREA will be presented to the WELCOME DAY event held in DENVER’s headquarter in Gualdicciolo (Rep. S. Marino) the 26th of March.

For more information please contact the company at 00378 (0549) 999688 or write to

600450 The new Krea CNC launched by Denver
Date: 17 February 2011
Source: Denver SpA

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