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GIMAV members at glasstec 2018

54 GIMAV member companies will be taking part in this year’s glasstec

An impressive number of Italian companies will be at glasstec – a substantial participation that is a tangible expression of Made-in-Italy excellence.

An impressive number of Italian companies, exactly 54 members, are participating in the 25th edition of glasstec, taking place 23-26 October. All together, they will occupy a 10,650 m2 exhibit area.
Hall 16, dedicated entirely to Made-in-Italy products for Flat Glass processing, will be represented by 47 companies.
Adelio Lattuada (Stand E40), with many innovations on display, celebrating its 40th anniversary. ADI (Stand A22) a company member of the Surfaces Technological Abrasives Group specialized in diamond and polishing tools for CNC horizontal and vertical, Automotive, Drilling, Straight and Double Edging Processes presents the UHS (Ultra High Speed) bond technology along with several patented solutions for glass processing. ADI is exhibiting with IGP (US sister company).
Bavelloni (Stand C03) will focus on customized solutions, where automation plays a significant role. Belfortglass (Stand E17), now in the hands of Mauro Bovone, representing the new generation at Belfortglass, after 40 years of work of Enrico Bovone. The company is planning a corporate makeover, modernization of the production site and further expansion of the product range. Bottero (Stand A03) will unveil new solutions and technologies applied to products and glassworks management systems to enable increasingly higher levels of automation and interconnection, both in production operations and supervision, in order to comply with Industry 4.0 processes. Bovone Diamond Tools (Stand E41) will feature its diamond cup polishing wheels, both metal and resin, with the aluminium hub attached to the spindle, but with a replaceable diamond part. Bovone Elettromeccanica (Stand F42) has expanded its product range to include BRS: Bovone Robotic Systems, for which it has filed an international patent.
CMS (Stand B58) offers the glass industry a full range of flexible and customizable machines which includes 3-4-5 axis CNC machines, CNC vertical machines, double edging machines (flat and pencil edge), cutting tables, cutting lines and waterjet cutting systems. Cugher Glass (Stand D41), specialized in turnkey plants for screen printing on glass, will exhibit a home appliance printing line featuring an innovative design.
Deltamax Automazione (Stand F07) will present its new Industry 4.0-ready quality control solutions enabling to connect in-house scanners to the production lines, storing data and images that ensure product tracking and production analysis with statistics and customizable reports. Dogo (Stand D03) Project Leopard is the revolutionary design of a super polish for brightening the glass edge, reducing costs and processing times, pointing the way to future development of a “green” machinery market.
Forvet (Stand D40) will display FORBOT, its latest technological development. A dynamic sorting and loading system, it connects multiple processes by optimizing the glass flow between them. Fratelli Pezza (Stand F20) will showcase the ZEPHIR and MISTRAL EV automatic sandblasters that make it possible to carry out any kind of sandblasting, as well as the Easymarker UP and EV automatic marking machines for fast, permanent glass marking, engineered to comply with increasingly stringent glass identification regulations.
Gemata – Rollmac (Stand D19) will exhibit the new FASTPRINT digital flat glass printer equipped with advanced digital technology that uses ceramic-type inks to print images, photos, drawings and writing on flat glass. Glassline, Multiglass, Colorglass and Fastprint will also be on display.
Intermac (Stand B41): technology, software, and services to help promote a digital culture in the Factory 4.0 model. On display, the Movetro handling and storage systems; the Master Loader; the V-Loader; and new technological tools for work centers. In addition, SOPHIA, the new IOT service platform, makes its debut, along with the new Supervisor, the I-Cam software.
Mappi (Stand D39) will exhibit the ATS 4.0, an extremely efficient user-friendly furnace, which maximizes the production cycle by modulating the air pressure separately in individual zones, with the new TAB SERVICE that ensures 24/7 online assistance available globally. Mole Moreschi (Stand F41) with its production of unique diamond wheels and tools for glass processing, the result of 90 years of exclusive research and development, was the absolute first to develop resin wheels.
Neptun (Stand B60) will be entirely focused on Intelligence 4.0, with the new versatile and smart Wave washing machine; the Quickdrill T8 drilling center; the work island with 2 Rock edgers, and Bravoload for automatic loading/unloading.
Profilglass (Stand A60) spacers and decorative profiles for insulating glass meet the needs of markets worldwide with high flexibility, short delivery times and excellent quality.
RBM Italia (Stand A40) will be at glasstec after a year packed full of innovations, momentum and new opportunities. In the pipeline are brand new state-of-the art products for low-E glass that keep pace with the array of different films, always aiming to improve quality and simplify use.
Schiatti Angelo (Stand F22) will have on show one of the most representative mitering straight edgers, the SME10 model in the version equipped with Bakelite wheels, an indispensable tool for medium and large-sized glassworks. Skill Glass (Stand F37) will present the E-D 101, a new vertical work center that combines several kinds of processes in a single system to carry out edging, polishing, drilling and milling operations with the utmost precision and at high speed on flat glass. Studio 1 Automazioni industriali (Stand B39) will exhibit a line equipped with a SINGLE PASS digital printing machine and automated loading and unloading through the 6-axis anthropomorphic Robot, as well as the custom-designed automation.
Tk (Stand E61) unveils the first Italian-made interlayer adhesive film for laminating glass for architectural and design uses. EVASTAR: the Italian signature in EVA film production for laminated glass. Triulzi Cesare Special Equipments (Stand D21) will attend the Dusseldorf exhibition with the latest solutions developed for its degreasing/washing/drying lines and custom solutions that provide maximum flexibility and a net improvement in performance – in terms of increased processing speed – for any size sheets, from ultrathin to multilayer thicknesses.
Tyrolit Vincent (Stand A42) is once again exhibiting at glasstec 2018 with its new and attractive corporate image, presenting a large number of innovative products to glass industry trade professionals.
The Hollow Glass sector is represented by 7 GIMAV member firms, exhibiting in Hall 13.
BDF Industries (Stand E55) will be present at glasstec 2018 with its latest IS machines, gob forming and delivery systems, furnaces, forehearths, batch chargers, glass level, control systems and energy recovery systems as well as its latest innovations for glass container production.
Glass Service (Stand F13) will exhibit its furnaces for borosilicate glass, as well as for glass and rock wool (the latest ones with submerged arc technology) and for sodium silicate.
OCMI – OTG (Stand F19) will introduce its new technological developments in the field of medical glass production and the latest technological developments applied to OCMI’s tableware division. Last but not least production lines for technical glass items, such as high tension insulators and glass bricks.
Olivotto Glass Technologies (Stand D53) will introduce to its customers and visitors at glasstec two important innovations: the O.90 Evolution, fully-driven by servomotors, for optimized production control and increased quality levels in the items produced, and the Olivotto exclusive Tubing Line Technology for production of tubes in neutral glass for the pharmaceutical packaging industry.
The interactive map of all GIMAV members participating in Glasstec 2018 can be found at

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