Bavelloni and Techni Waterjet to exhibit at glasstec 2022

2022-07-16 00:07:08 By : Ms. Linda Tang

Published 15th July, 2022 by Jess Mills

Bavelloni and Techni Waterjet will showcase their latest equipment for glass processing at glasstec 2022 in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Bavelloni and Techni Waterjet welcome visitors to stand 16B60 to experience first-hand complementary glass processing solutions, watch live demos and meet their specialists for advice and consultation.

Flat glass processing manufacturer Bavelloni will showcase its VDM 1636 CN, a vertical drilling/milling centre, as well as its straight-line mitering machine model Bavelloni VE 500 V10.

VDM 1636 CN features a single working station fitted with one double drilling head and rotating tool storage (8+8 position) capable of multiple tasks: drilling, countersinking, milling and notch griding.

The straight-line edger is specifically designed for heavy glass sheets (up to 350 kg/m) and can grind flat edge with arrises and chamfers with variable angles (0° - 45°).

In addition, Bavelloni’s equipment is Industry 4.0 ready. Therefore, it can be easily connected to and exchange data with a customer’s ERP system.

Also on display will be Techni Waterjet i510 – G2, belonging to the Intec-G2 Series, a range of precise, easy-to-operate, safe and highly reliable waterjet cutting machines capable of cutting almost any material to 200 mm (8”) thick.

This machinery features an innovative pumping technology, QuantumTM Electric Servo Pump (ESP), which is the only waterjet pump using just the power required for any given pressure and flow rate.

The benefits of this new technology over traditional water jet pumps include up to 75% less cooling water requirement, longest life of fittings and tubing, easy maintenance, silent operation and a significantly reduced footprint.

Jess is the Deputy Editor of Glass International magazine. She has been training in creative and professional writing since 2017, earning her degree in 2020. Prior to joining Quartz Business Media, Jess worked as a freelance writer for a variety of companies and publications.