Radius Revolution expands the possibilities for double-edging grinding systems
Intermac has created the first device in the world for the creation of a matt or polished, diamond-finished radius or chamfer.
Extraordinary creations don’t come about with ease, regardless of method or location, they are developed thanks to experience and superior technological know-how. That’s what happens constantly at Intermac with the creation of devices like the Radius Revolution (patented), which has radically changed the potential applications of double-edging grinding, creating greater value through the use of technology Made in Intermac.
Designed to continue to offer the same quality, with an extra gear. Radius Revolution expands the possibilities for double-edging grinding systems by introducing a new machining mode that rewrites production standards and gives an extra push to planning and design. The system was conceived to provide impeccable finishing for the radius or chamfer without needing to rely on manual operations or additional machines.
The machining operation is completed while the glass is in the machine, without interrupting production, thereby optimising the entire process.
The presentation of the device at the recent edition of Vitrum, a trade show that focuses on glass machining technology, was a great success and several companies have already decided to implement the new technology in their process.
Intermac is the Biesse Group division that handles the production and sale of equipment and systems for machining glass, stone and metal. Established in Pesaro in 1987 by Giancarlo Selci, it rapidly managed to achieve a leadership position in the sectors it operates in and has earned the trust of successful companies that operate in a variety of industrial sectors, from construction to interior design and from the automotive to the aviation industry. Through a vast and extensive distribution network of branches, dealers and agents, Intermac offers attentive, personalised assistance to customers, from pre-sales consultation to after-sales and spare parts services. The majority of the brand’s manufacturing activities take place at the Intermac plants in Pesaro and Dongguan (in China), where the company’s production area spans around 30,000 square metres, employing more than 300 people.