Tim Widner Shares Insights on Glaston Machinery at Lippert Components

Tim Widner Shares Insights on Glaston Machinery at Lippert Components
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Date: 9 February 2024

Tim Widner at Lippert Components in the US is sharing his and his team’s experiences working with the Glaston glass processing machinery.

"Glaston was our first stop. We consider Glaston to be a one-stop shop service provider. Now that they’ve added integrated cut-break-grinding cells and the ability to batch and load through the furnace, we really didn’t look anywhere else other than a washer for where to get our equipment.

The new equipment has been a great addition to us. We are able to one-piece flow our raw material through our line, hands-free. No humans come in contact with the glass until it is fully tempered and at the end of the process."

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