ARCHITECTURAL GLASS


We create, mold and transform glass with high technology tools

ARCHITECTURAL GLASS


CUP WHEELS

These are wheels with a metal or a resin bond for beveling or edging in straight or bilateral machines.  

We have them in different geometries and we set up the wheel as the client wishes, depending on the type of glass or the work to be done.

Our objective is to obtain an excellent quality and work at high speeds that increase the productivity of the process.

In 2011 we created the wonderful system 3NEO®, which has been patented and today is one of the biggest achievements of our company.

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PERIPHERAL WHEELS

Designed to edge and polish glass, we adapt our technology to the machine and to the desired profile for glass processing. Different types of bonds are used, in CNC and manual machines.

We manufacture all kind and shape of wheels and we can create exclusive profiles depending on the requirements of our customers.

For grooving and flutting on the glass’ surface, we use peripheral wheels in V or U shape, or any desired shape.

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FINGER ROUTERS AND “FINISHERS”

In glass manufacturing, sometimes it is required to edge and polish the interior or to make small designs for which conventional grinding wheels are not useful.

We use finger routers of different sizes and thicknesses to mill the interior side of the glass, or to make small designs with a small radius.

Once the milling process is finished, we will use a “finisher” to polish the edge and eliminate any cracks. These “finishers” are small wheels with round or flat shape and with a minimum radius of 5mm.

They are mainly used for door fittings, in the process prior to tempering.

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DRILLS AND COUNTERSINKS

We use drills to make holes in the glass, no matter the size.

We can employ special drills with a diameter from 0.9 mm to 2.9 mm, and standard drills from 3 mm to the desired diameter.

The drills’ walls are very thin, 0.8mm, auto sharpening, with high cutting capacity and great results on glass. We must control the revolutions per minute depending on the drill’s diameter.

Many drills must be counterbored to avoid problems in the tempering process and in order to obtain an aesthetic finish.

For that, we use countersinks with a “spinning top” shape for different diameters or “mobile” to adapt the drill and do the drilling and the counterboring process at the same time.

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CUTTING DISCS

Used to cut glass, monolithic as well as laminated. They can be manufactured in different diameters and in 3 different types: segmented, semi continuous and continuous.

The most common machines are the vertical cutting saws and the radial manual machines.

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