Simec: Automatic seaming machine

The automatic vertical Seaming performs the seaming of the arises of glass sheets. The machine is mainly made in stainless steel.

The grinding system with belts has been designed especially in order to perform a chamfer that does not stress the glass, therefore, suitable for glasses that must be tempered later on, or assembled to make double, triple insulated glass panels giving handling safety for the operator.The machine is able to accepts glass sheet thickness from 3 up to 20 mm in automatic giving a high working precision.The seaming of the glass is made on all 4 sides of both faces.The grinding belts adjust automatically to the glass thickness.

Main features:

-High working speed
-Mainly made of stainless steel
-High working precision - Bevelling of the glass cutting edges without "stressing" the material
-Processing of thickness: from 3 up to 20 mm
-Maximum processing in height: up to 3210 mm
-Minimum processing of material: 330x150
-Maximum safety for the operator in handling the panels after their processing.

600450 Simec: Automatic seaming machine

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