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To cut raw glass sheets or float glass, we use an innovative process that maximizes every square inch of glass in an efficient, automated process that helps us meet the tightest of deadlines. Dillmeier Glass uses two Bystronic cutting lines that begin cutting your order just moments after we enter it. Recently, we added a 2006 Bystronic SMF, an automatic loading table that picks raw glass sheets from one of six stationary racks and precisely places them onto the cutting table for accurate and clean cuts, with no risk of human error. Highly trained technicians then remove the glass, inspecting each piece for flaws or defects and recycling all excess glass.
Glass design has evolved into an art form, with requests for unique, original designs on the rise. To accommodate these requests, Dillmeier Glass has invested in two CMS Brembana machines with the capability to mill, grind, polish, and countersink almost any shape or design out of glass up to 98”x140” in size. By using the Brembana’s 24 different tool options, our professional operators create beautiful, exact, consistent, and perfectly polished edges.
For quick cutting, when the inside radius does not need polish, we use a remarkable Flow Water Jet Glass Cutter. Water mixed with abrasive garnet is pressurized up to 60,000 PSI and forced through a micro nozzle to cut through glass perfectly. This unique machine can cut any shape, hole size, decorative pattern or design you require.