Looking for highly efficient pre-cutting, breaking and grinding of automotive glass displays?
Here are three reasons why B’BRIGHT 9 is your best choice
HIGH REPETITION ACCURACY AND MINIMAL GRINDING ALLOWANCE
High degree of automation
TWO DOUBLE CUTTING AND BREAKING MACHINES
B’BRIGHT 9 is a line for the highly efficient and precise pre-cutting, shape cutting, breaking and grinding of automotive glass displays. The design not only offers a process-optimized line layout, but also various expansion options using upgrade kits.
- High repetition accuracy and minimal grinding allowance with a precise cutting and breaking tool
- High degree of automation with short changeover times
- Line with two double cutting and breaking machines for the highest efficiency in the smallest space
- Integrated pre-cutting to feed up to two cells
- Suitable for rectangular and free-shaped displays
- Excellent edge quality
B’BRIGHT 9 VARIANT 1
Increased capacity with two cells and fully integrated pre-cutting
B’BRIGHT 9 VARIANT 2
Separate processing cells for a reduced footprint
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