Latest Products in Fabrication

  • Bystronic Armatec GmbH Glass Technology Centre, with corporate offices in Denver, commissioned its first pre-nip lamination system for pressing thin-film photovoltaic modules. This new process technology offers reduced production cycle times and requires less floor space and energy. Manufacturing cycles of less than 60 seconds are possible with the pre-nip system, whereas the vacuum laminator...
  • Billco Manufacturing, Zelienople, Pa., introduced its Lami-Pro laminating assembly line for the photovoltaic industry.The line includes a glass washer, an assembly station for assembling the glass and PVB interlayer, and a heat press and nip rollers to heat the laminate prior to the autoclave. Optional glass-loading and off-loading equipment is available.Lami-Pro is modular and can be...
  • The Jetstream Waterjet CNC cutter from Foremost Machinery, Northbrook, Ill., cuts through virtually any glass material, from plates up to 1.56 inches thick, to laminates, to cracked glass composites. For harder applications, a garnet abrasive is fed automatically to the jet. The ultra high pressure hydraulic intensifier pump generates 50 HP/90,000 PSI.Setup is quick and easy with the CAD-CAM...
  • With a print area of 84 inches by 150 inches, or 213 centimeter by 381 cm, the Seri-Glide screen printing unit was made specifically for the decoration of large-scale architectural glass.Designed to handle glass panels with care, the unit features a patented Stay-Flat vacuum table with a customized airflow system. Powered by a team of brushless and sparkless vacuum motors to ensure a safe...
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    Akron, Ohio-based Automated Window Machinery introduced the AMP-C255-H automated multistation fabrication center. Unitized curtain wall manufacturers can now fabricate multiple features on a pair of mating vertical mullions simultaneously, reducing cycle time and improving accuracy, according to a company release. The machine has independently controlled punching stations and a quick-change die...
  • Vetrotech Saint-Gobain North America Inc. of Auburn, Wash., will show the VDS framing system, narrow steel profiles combined with clear, fire- and safety-rated glass with many design options. The system is now stocked and fabricated in the U.S, and is available in several finishes. It is shipped either fully welded or knock-down, and can incorporate standard U.S. fire doors in singles or pairs.
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