What is the glass cutting, glass and mirror edgeworking and polishing?

We use several types of edgework: ogee, miter, flat polish, bullnose.

Engraving and CNC-machining processes are essential when working with glass, offering great opportunities for production.

Glass and mirror beveling is done using state-of-the-art technologies at thicknesses ranging from 5mm to 60mm for all kinds of glass surfaces: decorative, reflective, clear.

UV glass bonding involves the curing of a transparent adhesive with UV light. The bond itself is more durable than the glass while remaining transparent, stain-resistant and weatherproof.

Laminated glass is made in a process where two or more glass layers are bonded together using a special interlayer film. This yieldsan unusually safe product of unlimited visual possibilities.

Painted glass is made using screen print or roller techniques. The paint can be cured in the process of glass tempering or by UV light. This ensures a safe product of any pattern, shape and color.

Glass tempering involves heating glass panels to approximately 700 degrees Celsius and cooling them with cold air. The process yields a type of safety glass.