When purchasing used industrial glass cutting and edging machinery, focus on four key areas:

Machine Condition: Inspect for wear, damage, and general operational performance. Seeing the machine at work can be beneficial.

Specifications: Ensure the machinery meets your specific needs concerning glass size, thickness, cutting/edging types, and operation speed.

Technology: Confirm the machine's compatibility with modern software for optimization and efficiency.

Manufacturer: Prefer machines made by reputable manufacturers, known for reliability and innovation. Top names in the glass machinery sector are Bottero, Lisec, Bavelloni, and Intermac.

 

BAVELLONI CR 1111 Glass bevelling machine

Year: 1999

BAVELLONI CR 1111 - Year 1999 Straight Line Edging Machine Flat Edge with Side Arrises Min. Dim. 50 mm Thickness 3-31 mm Speed 0-5 mt./min. Power 23,8 kW

BAVELLONI GEMY V10 Glass cutting / edging machine

Year: 2003

BAVELLONI GEMY V10 - Year 2003 Straight line edger Thickness: 3 – 51 mm Variable angle: 0 – 45° Sheet min. height: 70 mm Working speed: 0,5 – 5 m Pneumatic supply: 8 bar Power 27 kW 260.000 m/worked

BAVELLONI SB10 Glass bevelling machine

Year: 1997

BAVELLONI SB10 - Year 1997 Sagomatrice Shaping Machine Min workable 100 mm Max workable 2100 mm Thickness 3+40 mm Max bevel 40 mm Power 3.5 kw

BAVELLONI PRV99 Glass bevelling machine

Year: 1999

BAVELLONI PRV99 - Year 1999 Straight Line Edger 9 Wheels Variable angle 0-45° Min. Dimensions 80 mm Speed 0-5 m/min. Thickness 3-25 mm Power 17 kW

Bavelloni CR1111 Glass cutting / edging machine

Year: 2001

For Sale , fully automatic 4-10mm glass edging line. Min size: 400x400mm, Max size: 2500x2500 Can work on 4-10mm glass, Production: Bavelloni is 2001 Year Loading/Unloading/Rotating is 2019 Year line is 3 years old, all works in perfect condition Dedicated for shower glass we sell the line because we bought two double edgers machine working till DEC 2023, later will …

Bavelloni VX8 Glass cutting / edging machine

Year: 2006

Make : Bavelloni Type : VX8 Year : 2006 88 KW max glass dimension 2600/1600mm with transfer 90°. Service made in 2018 , in operation available from september 2021.

BAVELLONI GEMY 11 Glass bevelling machine

Year: 2002

BAVELLONI GEMY 11 - Year 2002 Molatrice rettilinea mole 11 Straight line edging machine 11 wheels Min. workable: 35 x 35 mm Thickness: from 3 to 40 mm Power: 22 Kw Speed: from 0.5 to 5 Mt/min

BAVELLONI GEMY V10 Glass bevelling machine

Year: 2003

BAVELLONI GEMY V10 - Year 2003 Straight line edger 10 Spindles Thickness: 3 – 51 mm Variable angle: 0 – 45° Sheet min. height: 70 mm Working speed: 0,5 – 5 m Pneumatic supply: 8 bar Power 27 kW

Bavelloni Gemy 6 Glass Straight Edging machine

Year: 2009

Bavelloni Gemy 6 Glass Straight Edging machine. Glass thickness: 3 - 35 mm Min. glass size: 35 x 35 mm Machining speed: 0,5 - 5 m/min Year: 2009 In working order, can be viewed during production. Sold as is. Tools for processing are provided with the machine in a value of approx. 600 EUR. Price: EXW available from 2023 Q3

BAVELLONI GME 3110 Glass cutting / edging machine

Year: 2002

BAVELLONI GME 3110 - Year 2002 Cutting Table Rectilinear Cut Max Cut 2730x3700 mm Thickness 3-19 mm Cutting head speed up to 100 m/min. Power 15/20 kW

Bavelloni PR/88 Glass cutting / edging machine

Year: 2002

Make : Bavelloni Type : PR/88 Year : 2002 Conditions : Working order - as it is Capacity : 50Hz-400V-17KW

Bavelloni NRG-250 Glass cutting / edging machine

Year: 2008

Glaston Bavelloni NRG-250 CNC Work Center Max glass size: 1200 x 2500 mm Min glass size: 250 x 250 mm Glass thickness: 3-19 mm Power: 21 kW Year: 2008 Machine is in working order, can be viewed during production.

Biebuyck Mini Crack-Off

Year: 2000

_ Production capacity: 400 glasses - capacity of cut items: Height: 400mm Foot diameter: from 30 to 200 mm Edge diameter: 200 mm maximum Edge thickness: 10 mm. maximum Admissible weight: 3Kg Original 2000, refurbished 2022

Biebuyck Maxi-Flette

Year: 2004

Capacities: - From the Edge: 60 mm to 500 mm; - Edge Thickness : until 30 mmm; - Height: from 35 to 435 mm; original date 2004, refurbished 2022

Biebuyck R 60T

Year: 2000

Foot Diameter: Minimum: 35 mm Maximum: 150 Cadence: 50 pieces/min

BOHLE GBM-2/800 Double-side drilling machine

Year: 1996

Category: Drilling Process: Double-side drilling machine Code: 05176 Manufacturer: BOHLE Model: GBM-2/800 Year: 1996 Condition: As it is Double-side drilling machine With roller table Working condition Tested dry As it is Cheap

Bottero cutting table for jumbo size: 6000x2550mm

Year:

Bottero cutting table for jumbo size: 6000x2550mm Model 352 BCS Jumbo

BOTTERO 100 BLC Glass cutting / edging machine

Year: 2008

BOTTERO 100 BLC - Year 2008 Loading Table with Belts Jumbo

BOTTERO 352 BCS-J Glass cutting / edging machine

Year: 2006

BOTTERO 352 BCS-J - Year 2006 Monolithic glass automatic cutting table Shape cutting Tilting Air cushion Breaking bars: 3 short 1 long Glass size 6100x3300 mm Thickness 2-19 mm Speed 120 m/min. Accuracy +- 0,25 mm Power 16 kW

BOTTERO 520 LAM-37 Glass cutting / edging machine

Year: 2006

BOTTERO 520 LAM-37 - Year 2006 Cutting table for laminated glass Fixed worktop with flap Air cushion Max cutting lenght 3700 mm Min. cutting lenght 250 mm Thickness 3-10 mm (monolithic) 2+0,38+2 min. (laminated) 8+4,56+8 max (laminated) Speed 100 m/min. Basic power installed 15 kW


When you're in the market for glass machinery, particularly cutting and edging equipment, there are a few vital aspects you need to examine before making a purchase decision. This is true regardless of whether the equipment is brand new or previously used. These considerations will ensure you're investing in machinery that will serve you reliably, meet your productivity needs, and provide a worthwhile return on your investment.

Firstly, consider the machine's condition. A visual inspection can often reveal a lot about the maintenance history and overall care of the machinery. Check for any signs of excessive wear and tear, misalignment, rust, or other damage. If possible, ask to see the machine in operation to verify its efficiency and precision.

Next, consider the machine's specifications. Make sure the machine matches your specific production needs. This includes the size and thickness of the glass it can handle, the types of cuts or edges it can perform, and the speed at which it operates.

Another point to consider is the machine's technological advancements. Modern machines often include software for pattern optimization, reducing waste, and improving efficiency. It's important to ensure that any used machinery you're considering is up-to-date or can be easily upgraded.

Lastly, but equally important, is the machine's manufacturer. Renowned manufacturers have a proven track record of reliability, innovation, and customer support. In the field of glass cutting and edging, some of the leading manufacturers include Bottero, Lisec, Bavelloni, and Intermac. They have all established a reputation for designing and manufacturing machines that deliver high-quality results while maintaining the necessary safety standards.

Purchasing used machinery from these manufacturers via a trusted marketplace such as Exapro not only offers you the reliability and quality of well-respected brands but also the cost-effectiveness of buying used. When making such a significant investment, it's crucial to make an informed decision to ensure the long-term success of your operations.

Main manufacturers

Bottero: An Italian company that's been an industry leader for over 50 years, Bottero is known for its wide range of machinery that handles everything from simple cuts to complex shapes. Their glass cutting and edging machines are known for their innovation, reliability, and high precision.

Lisec: An Austrian manufacturer with a global presence, Lisec offers solutions for all stages of the glass processing industry. Their cutting and edging machines are particularly praised for their innovative designs, efficiency, and ease of use.

Bavelloni: Also based in Italy, Bavelloni has over 70 years of experience in glass processing machinery. Their machines are renowned for their durability, accuracy, and versatility in handling different glass types and thicknesses.

Intermac: Part of the large Italian industrial group Biesse, Intermac is recognized for its high-tech solutions in glass processing. Their cutting and edging machines are designed for precision and speed, delivering top-notch performance even in high-volume industrial settings.

Budget

For a used equipment, you should count between 13 000 and 35 000€ though some machines might go much above or below this range.