Channel: Processing
Hegla: shape cutting of laminated glass; advanced float cutting

2012-12-20 | Processing

At the recent edition of glasstec, German machinery manufacturer Hegla had on show its products for flat glass processing. Visitors could not only see these machines up and running in demonstration mode, but also watch live examples of what they can really do. The trade show was also an important occasion to let people know that the partnership with Bystronic glass is … “operating at all levels and yielding excellent results.”

At the recent edition of glasstec, German machinery manufacturer Hegla had on show its products for flat glass processing
Visitors to the Hegla stand at glasstec were given a rare opportunity to witness live flat glass machining. A cutting solution for laminated glass and another for float glass were brought along especially to the trade fair in Düsseldorf and were set up at the heart of the stand. Hegla used this combination of systems to demonstrate cutting solutions which are compact and which use resources efficiently.

Machinery

ReMaster
The ReMaster contributes towards the highly efficient use of materials in both. It stores remnant plates above the cutting system until such time as they can be used effectively for further cuts.

SortJet
The SortJet Sorting System has been integrated to ensure a continuous flow of material from the float glass cutting line to the insulated glass production unit. The sheets of glass are collected from the intermediate store in the SortJet and are transferred to the insulating glass line in the correct production sequence and layer orientation as soon as all the panes for an insulated glass unit are available. Glass transfer is continuous and there is no longer any need for manual handling.
One of the features of the laminated glass cutting line attracted much attention. This was an automatic cullet disposal unit, which crushes trims and transports them to a container positioned nearby.

ProLam Plus
The ProLam Plus, a newly developed shape cutting system for laminated glass, proved to be a popular attraction with the public. During the trade fair, visitors ...










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