LiSEC SplitFin – The two towers!

LiSEC has stood for quality glass processing with peripheral wheels for over 20 years now. Previously, this was primarily realised with so-called vertical all-in-one or combination machines (BAZ, KBF, etc.). The advantages of these machines lie in particular in the processing of large and complex sheets, because additional glass manipulations are omitted and the products can be fully produced in a single work step.
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CONCRETE ADVANTAGES OF MODULAR, SELF-CONFIGURABLE GLASS PROCESSING LINES

Higher integration density now plays a central role in the further development of systems. Extensions, add-ons and improvements are not only a question of the hardware, but also of the production processes, and with this also of the control and management systems. Modular solutions are advantageous both in terms of time and cost.
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We Introduce: The new CNC milling and Drilling Centre MRX-B!

The MRX-B, optionally available with water jet technology, is a fully automatic milling and drilling machine that delivers high performance combined with easy operation.  Watch the product video and get to know the new MRX-B:
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The Components of the new processing Line SplitFin

The SplitFin is an integrated and continuous solution for fast and uncomplicated processing of the most common glasses and dimensions. The line is aimed especially at complete processing of interior glasses such as doors, side pieces or dividers. Splitting the processing steps allows a significantly higher output; the individual machines have been built to fit the required dimensions and requirements. The SplitFin sets new standards in user friendliness and ease of maintenance, since all important mechanical components are easily accessible and if possible located in the dry area. We will present the SplitFin at the glasstec 2018 and invite you to book a meeting with one of our product engineers or sales employees.
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