Latest Products in Fabrication Glass

  • McGill AirPressure LLC, Columbus, Ohio, will show glass laminating autoclave systems that uniformly bond glass and plastic surfaces. The hot pressurized air process developed for the systems provides control of temperature and pressure during the bonding process. The autoclaves are safe, dependable, easy to operate, and custom designed to meet the processing requirements of the automotive and...
  • Making its debut at the show, the Glass-Chek Pro from EDTM, Toledo, Ohio, measures glass and air space thickness of single-, double- and triple-pane windows from a single side. The new laser device offers numerous improvements and features over EDTM’s previous offering, including applications involving tinted and reflective glass, plus triple-pane windows, according to a relesae. An all-...
  • The FeneVision Line Scanner from FeneTech, Aurora, Ohio, helps glass processors consistently find a high percentage of glass defects, detecting fingerprints, scratches, chips, bubbles and other defects, according to a release. Operating at speeds up to 6,000 feet per hour, the unit can be installed vertically or horizontally anywhere in the production process and can operate independently or...
  • In addition to the German-made Silberschnitt and Diamantor tools and the comprehensive range of Verifix products for glass bonding, Bohle America, Charlotte, N.C., will feature its new range of consumable supplies, cleaning agents and silicone adhesives. The Xtragrip green mirror adhesive is an environmentally-friendly; fast-grab; volatile organic compound, or VOC -compliant product. Also on...
  • Ameri-Can, Mississauga, Ontario, will feature the R Series vertical spindle machining center with four-axis CNC controls capable of machining extruded aluminum, light alloys, PVC and steel. Equipped with an automatic tool changer, the tool magazine can store six tools to drill, mill and thread, plus one slitter blade. The unit is capable of processing three work surfaces of profile in one setup....
  • Joseph Machine Co., Dillsburg, Pa., has partnered with an Italian machinery manufacturer to offer cutting and fabrication equipment ranging from its own custom-built high production machinery to the more universal European-style CNC machining centers in three-, four- and five-axes models. The new machines are built to their own specifications with features designed for the American market, and...
  • Mecal USA, Rockford, Ill., will display the MC 305 TM CNC four- axis machining center and its capability to machine three or more sides of a profile between plus and minus 90 degrees with motorized tilting of the table. The unit can work on ends of a profile to eliminate end milling. With a spindle speed of 18,000 rpm, the machine has three different vice positioning possibilities—manual...
  • Fom USA, Akron, Ohio, will introduce the Stack roll-forming machine for thermal break profiles. Designed to minimize setup time and increase production efficiencies, it uses 11 CNC-controlled axes. Other CNC-controlled functions include the horizontal and vertical movement of the pressure rollers, pitching correction roller and profile support rollers, eliminating manual adjustment found on other...
  • Vesuvius, with U.S. headquarters in Champaign, Ill., will feature its tempering rolls with Smartly Driven end caps. A mechanical end cap attachment system eliminates the need for conventional resin bonded systems to provide a superior performing product, according to a release. Booth 3015 
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    AXYZ International, Burlington, Ontario, will showcase the 21G and 7G Automatic Tool Change Systems for the AXYZ Series CNC router system. The new 21G and 7G ATCs feature tool changes of 30 seconds or less, the capability to load tools on multiple spindle machines from a single tool changer and software that allows for flexible tool assignments, letting the user load and customize up to 999 tool...
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