Chamfering is a process that creates a wide bevel at the edge of the glass, in other words, the glass surface refracts during chamfering, resulting in an unusual and eye-catching visual result. Glass bevelling is an effective form of decoration, giving the glass elements a very elegant and stylish look. We can chamfer practically all types of glass, starting with mirrors, through all types of colored glass, safety glass, satin, and ending with clear glass.
Technical parameters of chamfered forms:
Maximum chamfer width: for glass and mirrors 3 mm – 15 mm, for glass and mirrors 4 mm – 30 mm, for glass and mirrors 5 mm – 35 mm, for glass 6 mm and more – 50 mm
The size of the chamfering of the forms: min 5mm x max. 50mm
Minimum glass size: 60mm x 60mm
Maximum glass size: 2100mm x 3000mm