C.R. Laurence has introduced CE versions of two glass edging/grinding machines, which are available from C.R. Laurence of Europe locations in Manchester England, Stuttgart Germany, and Copenhagen Denmark.
C.R. Laurence, Los Angeles California, US, has introduced CE versions of two of its most popular glass edging/grinding machines. Both machines are made in Cicero, Illinois and are based on solid “cornerstone” machines that CRL Glass Machinery (formerly Sommer & Maca) has made for over 80 years. The EU11 is a CE certified version of the company’s VE1P Single Spindle Glass Edger. It is a simple and reliable machine that can edge flat glass from 3mm to 12mm thick at speeds up to 1.6m per minute. Glass is fed into the conveyor and pulled through the grind section automatically. Pencil, Miter, and Flat with Seam edges are made using different diamond grinding wheels and polishing wheels. The coolant system is self-contained and includes a recirculating tank and pump. The EU11 operates on 1/50/220V AC power.
The 3300RP Wet Belt Sander uses standard 102 x 2,692mm sanding belts and is also CE certified. The machine has a powerful .75 kw motor and is equipped for easy “no-tool” belt changes. The main power switch activates a water spray to virtually eliminate glass grind dust and keep the sanding belt cool. The US version of this machine has been made since the 1920’s and the 3300RP is the newest, most advanced version. The 3300RP is also wired for 1/50/220V AC power. These machines are available from C.R. Laurence of Europe locations in Manchester England, Stuttgart Germany, and Copenhagen Denmark.