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EXCELLENT MARKS FROM HEGLA/BYSTRONIC RANGE

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As trade legislation regarding industry accreditations and product marking continue to reflect the high standards of the glazing sector, there is continual pressure on processors to ensure that their quality standards are accurate, particularly as end users are now keenly aware of their necessity. As glass processors are answerable not ...

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DELIGHT AT BYSTRONIC GLASS

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One of the largest orders of automotive glass pre-processing equipment of all times is recently placed with Bystronic glass At Bystronic glass – in Buetzberg (Switzerland) in particular – there is much delight. The specialist in automotive glass pre-processing equipment is thrilled to have won recently one of the largest orders ...

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NEW MIGHTON MACHINE RECEIVES GLOWING REVIEW

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The range of machinery from Mighton Products has grown again with the recent addition of the innovative X-Cut™ machine. Developed by Mighton’s in-house experts to improve the painstaking task of cross-jointing glazing bars, this compact semi-automatic milling machine measures just under 40cm wide and 45cm high. Mighton gave Tibby Singh, ...

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EMMEGI (UK) LIVES UP TO HIGH EXPECTATIONS AT SOUNDCRAFT

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Aluminium window, door and curtain walling specialist Soundcraft Doors has chosen an Emmegi Phantomatic M3 machining centre to help it expand capacity and manage some new large scale commercial projects. Soundcraft originally made its name as a timber joinery company but in recent years has switched its emphasis on to ...

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MIGHTON MACHINERY PACKS A MIGHTY PUNCH

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Mighton Products has increased its offering to now include a state of the art scribing machine. The Scribe-It™, developed in-house by Mighton, features a 240 volt semi-automatic design capable of providing joiners with high quality results whilst requiring minimal input. The company gave Tibby Singh, the former BBC Young Carpenter ...

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VILLAGE GLASS GAINS CLEAR CUT ADVANTAGES FROM HEGLA

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The installation of new, advanced Hegla cutting solutions at leading glass manufacturers, Village Glass, is set to make a major impact on the architectural market. A £4 million total investment in new automation and toughening systems will create a new benchmark for the industry, and will help to further raise ...

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CWMTILLERY INVESTS IN SECOND BYSTRONIC SPEEDLINE

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This year, sees Bystronic glass customer, Cwmtillery Glass, take possession of its second Speedline to enable the company to streamline production methods and further increase output by over 40%. Demand for the company’s warm edge spacer and soft coated units for windows and conservatory roof glass has continued to escalate ...

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HEGLA TAKES STORAGE TO A WHOLE DIFFERENT LEVEL

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The paternoster system from Helga is extremely popular with customers who have limited floor space. As a space-saving storage solution, a number of companies in the UK have already seen the advantages and utilised the vertical space available on their production floors. Depending on the number of compartments installed each ...

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