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Cerion: glass processing with a future, from small formats to XXL … with laser

2013-08-20 | Glazing / Insulating Glass

Following the trend of modern architecture to increasingly larger glass elements, glass processing machinery must be able, accordingly, to process units with increasingly larger glass areas. Cerion has done its homework in this area and developed the world’s largest laser glass finishing machine.

Cerion GmbH offers the ideal machine concept for any glass format
Whether finishing bathroom mirrors, glass doors or large façade elements, Cerion GmbH offers the ideal machine concept for any format and all glass processing companies.
When selecting machinery, the size of units that can be processed has become an important purchasing criterion for glass processing and finishing companies. More and more often architects all over the world plan buildings with large glass surfaces, both in the private and public sector. Companies wanting to do business with them must also be technically capable of processing large formats in a large variety of shapes. Meanwhile, dimensions are possible with functional glass that seemed inconceivable only a few years ago. As an example, a composite glass pane with a length of 14 metres and a height of 3.20 metres was presented in January this year at the international trade fair BAU in Munich.

Trend towards large sizes
The trend towards large sizes does not stop with the individual surface finishing of flat glass either. Cerion GmbH from Minden has recognized this development early on and expanded its inclined bed laser system c-vertica to a hitherto unique size level. Glass panes with a size of 10 x 4 metres can be custom-finished with the machine. This world’s largest laser system has been in operation at Isophon Glas GmbH in Hann. Münden since the autumn of 2012.
“The company has opted for the futuristic laser technology because it offers many advantages over conventional finishing methods such as sandb...




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