Edge processing

Quick and economical high-quality glass arrissing


The 3in1 glass arrissing solution with cup wheel technology

1.

Versatile and flexible applications

  • Automatic arrssing of rectangular and shaped glasses
  • Straight edges and radii – both possible
  • Float glass, tempered glass and laminated glass

2.

Homogeneous and uniform arrissing quality

  • Edge arrissing
  • Flat edge arrissing
  • Corner dubbing

3.

Economical and accurate production

  • Highest process speed up to 60 m/min (edge and flat edge)
  • Low cycle times & operating costs
  • No tool change with the cup wheel technology

MULTI'ARRISSER


Automatic vertical arrissing machine

Homogeneous and uniform arrissing quality even at the beginning and the end

  • Best arrissing quality through the use of cup wheels.
  • Compared to profiled wheels, the contact surface to the glass with cup wheels is much higher.
  • Material removal is distributed over several diamonds and thus becomes more even.

Highest arrissing speed

  • The cup wheels allow a maximum arrissing speed of 60m/min (also for flat edge).
  • With these speed the MULTI’ARRISSER is the fastest single-head-machine worldwide.

No tool change necessary

  • Always the same cup wheels are used for different glass plate thicknesses and different functions.

One cup wheel for multiple functions

  • Different glass thickness from 3 mm to 25 mm
  • Different functions such as edge, flat side, corner dubbing are realized with the same cup wheel
  • No loss of production time in mixed operation
  • Only one wear part
  • Best price/performance ratio for the tool due to simplest geometry
Edge arrissing
Flat edge arrissing
Corner dubbing

Long lifetime of arrissing tool

  • 5 to 10 times higher lifetime for glass edge arrissing than all other arrissing systems
  • Higher productivity due to higher uptime
  • Less service interventions due to less shutdown time
  • Possible cost reduction within a shortest period of time due to longer lifespan of the tools

References


Glas Herzog, Germany

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“We have a great deal of confidence in our supplier,” says Andreas Herzog, Sr., Managing Director of Glas Herzog. “Our cooperation with former Bystronic glass – and now Glaston – is just as you would want it to be as a customer. In fact, we’re one of their oldest customers – 44 years and counting.”

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Walshs Glass, Australia

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In January 2021, Walshs Glass in Western Australia began using their Glaston RHC upgrade, enabling them to improve glass flatness and optical quality. “Today, we’re positioned to take advantage of the rapidly changing glass processing demands in Western Australia," says Steve Cuff, Executive Operations Manager at Walshs Glass.

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Tristar Glass Inc. USA

#architectural #flat glass laminating #glass processing #laminating #ProL #reference #safety glass #upgrades

When making first-class architectural glass, being able to produce high-quality glass consistently is key. Tristar Glass Inc. specializes in fabricating large architectural glass that can be used in interior and exterior applications. The manufacturing process needs to be well thought-out and completed, as they are committed to delivering their customers with the highest quality glass in the shortest possible lead time. After Glaston upgraded Tristar’s existing lamination lines, they have been able to manufacture all of their products with a significantly lower rejection rate.

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