Glass Pre-processing Technology

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The testimony of Lepage confirms once again that the Mappi tempering furnaces are the best solution both for what it wants to grow and for those who want to continue to remain great.
There it is again, that phrase that ends with 4.0. Do I have to pay attention to it even if my production is already largely automated? Or is it all just hype in the end?
A perfectly designed LiSEC glass cutting line has become outdated. It is in good mechanical condition, but it is suffering from the phenomenon called “ageing”.
Glaston Corporation, has signed an agreement to divest its pre-processing business in Mexico, to Italian Bavelloni S.p.A.
The HEGLA Group, HEGLA TaiFin, HEGLA-HANIC and HEGLA boraident will be exhibiting jointly under the motto “Shaping the future and providing impulses for the present”.
VirtualDigitizing enables the rapid digitization of templates, patterns and 2D objects. The software is used successfully in all industries - from the glass, wood and plastics industries to waterjet cutting.
1300 square meters of booth area. Over 2000 visitors and three processing lines on display.
The worlds of interior design and architecture have everything to gain from the new Tecglass array of design patterns that reproduce the sophisticated veining of stone and the warm elegance of wood on glass – textures highly sought-after in interior design and hotel decor.
TECNO GLASS took part in the Milan Fair, again this year, to show the public its machines for the production of flat glass, entirely designed and manufactured from TECNO GLASS Engineering Department.
A Vitrum edition strongly dedicated to news, technology and automation.
On October 31, 2019 in Moscow, in the Izmailovo hotel complex (Gamma, Delta), the Smolensk 1 + 2 conference hall will host the International Forum Glass and Modern Technologies - XXI.
Promac Group has unveiled four new supply agreements, in addition announcing a series of new strategic associations agreed at Vitrum 2019.
Effective displays, demonstrations of specialized equipment and the opportunity to take a look at modern solutions for the construction industry and other sectors that use the huge potential of glass - this is the GLASS trade fair in a nutshell.
Glaston initiates co-operation negotiations in its Finnish units due to weakening demand in heat treatment equipment - outlook for 2019 remains unchanged.
Third show day offers insightful information for glass-processing machinery manufacturers. Large international attendance confirmed.
Suitable for use with a wide assortment of grinding, drilling and sawing glass equipment, sedimentors from Bohle use a sophisticated and automated, multi-stage process to remove contaminants from coolants and water.

Articles

Along with the multifunctionality of the building skin, BIPV today involves a new aesthetics in contemporary architecture.
Productivity within the fabrication plant can be affected by the choice of drilling and milling machinery- what is the option- Horizontal or Vertical?
The functionality of glass goes far beyond the proven basic properties of this transparent material.
Presented below are some of the special challenges facing the skilled glass-processing trades: many products are becoming smarter.
This article will focus on the edge stability of PVB and ionoplast laminates and address the potential causes of blemishes.
Thin glass – as thin as a razor blade or a human hair – is a reliable method to protect smartphone touchscreens, sensitive filters and sensors.
Although anisotropy is inevitable when heat treating glass a major breakthrough took place in the industry in 2016 by developing an on-line anisotropy visualisation equipment.
Borosilicate glass, in particular, is extremely well-suited for 3D printing processes in a range of applications.
Keeping impurities away from the glass is imperative in the glass tempering process. These impurities can cause damage resulting in a product that doesn’t live up to aesthetic standards, won’t meet a client specification or is completely unusable.
sedak GmbH & Co.KG, Germany, operates the largest insulating glass line in the world – about extraordinary glass processing and the role of LiSEC.
LiSEC is the pioneer in terms of the development and production of production lines for large-scale insulating glasses – incl. interview with Hannes Spiss, facade engineer at Arup, Büro für Bautechnik (office for construction technology)
Skaala was founded in 1956 as a one-man company. The father of the two current owners, Hannu and Markku Hautanen, was a carpenter and already in those days, he processed glass while repairing doors and windows.

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