Looking to perform precise cutting, breaking and grinding of large display glasses?
Here are three reasons why Glaston BRIGHT 25 is your best choice
Two grinding wheels per grinding head
Short cycle times
High repetition accuracy and minimal grinding allowance
Glaston BRIGHT 25 is a line for the highly efficient and precise cutting, breaking and grinding of large display glasses. The design offers not only a process-optimized line layout, but also various expansion options using upgrade kits.
- Consistently rough and fine grinding for maximum edge strength and quality with two grinding wheels on one grinding head
- Short cycle times based on the simultaneous use of up to two tools on the same glass
- High repetition accuracy and minimal grinding allowance with a precise cutting and breaking tool
- High degree of automation with short changeover time
BRIGHT 25 VARIANT 1
The high-performance line for parallel production
BRIGHT 25 VARIANT 2
The 2-in-1 system offers maximum flexibility in glass breaking, with or without a template
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