Used glass working machines - Miscellaneous 84

Intermac Vertmax 2.6 Glass machine

Year: 2014

Maximum size of the glass sheet : 2,6 x 5 meters Operations : Grinding, polishing, drilling, milling&countersinking. Size of the machine : L x l x H = 14 x 4 x 4.5 m 14 tools position on the front 12 tools positions on the back

INTERMAC VERTMAX 2.6 Glass machine

Year: 2015

INTERMAC VERTMAX 2.6 - Year 2015 Maximum machinable sheet size: mm 5000 x 2600 Minimum machinable sheet size (without the pilot system): mm 500 x 300 Machinable glass thicknesses mm 4 - 26 Suction cup carriage speed: m/min 80 Y-axis speed: m/min 40 Speed of glass feed on input and output roller modules: m/min 30 Electrospindle power: kW 2 x …

Tamglass Glass Tempering Machine

Year: 1996

Tamglass Glass Tempering Machine Fully revised machine

SKILL GLASS SKILL SFILL Glass machine

Year: 2011

SKILL GLASS SKILL SFILL - Year 2011 Vertical Grinding Machine - Machine dimensions 6000x3210 - Min./Max size of glass worked 600 x 300 mm - 6000 x 3210 mm - Min./Max. thickness of glass worked 4 mm - 20 mm - Height of work level (other sizes available on request) 600 mm - Forward work speed 0-15 m/min. - Electrical …

INTERMAC MASTER 43 Glass machine

Year: 2007

INTERMAC MASTER 43 - Year 2007 CNC Work centre 3 Axis Maximum plate size: 4060 x 2300 mm Stroke spindle axis (X, Y, Z): 4160; 2400; 390 mm Spindle power: 15 kW Maximum electrospindle rotation: 12000 rpm Double Store Revolver

GLASCO 4-C1-T1-R1 Glass machine

Year: 2006

GLASCO 4-C1-T1-R1 - Year 2006 Forno di Tempera Tempering Furnace Thickness 4-19 mm Size 2600x4600

BAVELLONI ALPA 323-4-N20 Glass machine

Year: 2008

BAVELLONI ALPA 323-4-N20 - Year 2008 CNC Working Centre 4 Axis Max Dimensions 3000x2300 mm Thickness 2-100 mm Tool Store 20 Power 33 kW

BAVELLONI ALPA 102 Glass machine

Year: 1996

Machine in use. Fully functional. All wiring replaced 3 years ago. 2 years ago, the bearings in the head and axles were replaced. Machine connected to a treatment plant. Work table 3260/2200. Tanks with pump included. The machine will be connected by the end of January 2023.

BAVELLONI NRG 250 Glass machine

Year: 2007

BAVELLONI NRG 250 – Year 2007 Cnc work centre 3 axis Dim. Max. : 1200mm x 2500mm Thickness: 3-19 mm Speed: 0-65 m/min Power: 21 kw

Bovone ELB 10/45 Glass machine

Year: 2004

The BOVONE ELB 10/45 glass grinding machine, manufactured in Italy in 2004, is used for processing flat and oblique edges of glass elements. The glass chamfering machine is characterized by remarkable accuracy of glass grinding with a thickness of 3 to 30 mm, thanks to ten spindles mounted on a rigid body made of high-quality cast iron. The machine after …

BAVELLONI NRG 250 Glass machine

Year: 2007

BAVELLONI NRG 250 – Year 2007 Cnc work centre 3 axis Dim. Max. : 1200mm x 2500mm Thickness: 3-19 mm Speed: 0-65 m/min Power: 21 kw

INTERMAC MASTER 35 Glass machine

Year:

INTERMAC MASTER 35 Cnc Work Center 3 Axis (Edging, Bevelling,Drilling) Max. Glass sheet 3250x1620 mm Max Thickness 80 mm Bevel Angle 0-90° Spindle power 7,5 kW Power required 15 kW

NorthGlass NG 6 Glass Tempering Machine

Year: 2011

Machine will be available 08/2020 NorthGlass glass tempering machine Speed : 0-600 mm/s Glass thickness : 4-19 mm Glass width : 100-1600 mm Glass length : 300-2500 mm Machine is in good condition

MAPPI 1500x3210x4mm DX / SX version Glass machine

Year: 2003

MAPPI - Year 2003 FURNACE FOR HORIZONTAL TEMPERING OF GLASS FLOOR TYPE: 1500x3210x4mm DX / SX version Flat tempered glass thickness: from 3.8 (4) to 19 mm Maximum loading dimension: 1500x3210 mm Minimum dimensions: Diam. 230mm 160x160 Productivity: 18-20 by 4mm Overall dimensions: 16,7 m x5x3,5 Type of temperable flat glass: reflective, enameled, silk-screened and machined Heating areas: 60 - …

RBB Manual Glass machine Hot deal

Year: 1999

RBB - Year 1999 Storage rack manual Half glass With drawers and mezzanine (1,20 m) Capacity’ 1 pos. : 2800 kg 20 pos. 4300(wide)x5700(lenght)x3100(height)

Bolla Gestional CUT 440 Glass machine

Year: 1997

Straight line cutting 1470Kg; 5,3KW; 380V; 7bar; Max cuting size: 3700x2600mm - Min cutting size: 800x400mm- 2-19mm

IVACO HP2000 Glass lamination line HP2000 IVACO

Year: 2014

Technical parameters: max glass size 5500 x 2500mm, Minimum glass size 450 x 450mm max thickness 4-60mm, The line consists of: loading table, pre-laminator, roller press, unloading table, PVB foil magazine 6 positions

BAVELLONI ALPA 102 S Glass machine

Year: 2000

BAVELLONI ALPA 102 S - Year 2000 CNC WORKING CENTRE 3 Axis Max Dimensions 3300x2500 mm Thickness 2-90 mm Speed 0-35 m/min. Power 20 kW

Lavaris LAV550 Glass machine

Year: 2022

Single-rotor mill for medium-sized operations, production up to 1000 kg/hour. The mill is powered by an electric motor with a maximum power of 30 kW and a maximum speed of 3600 rpm. Simple operation and maintenance. Both the rotors and the mill are treated with an anti-abrasive treatment. Example of glass grinding result: 3% < 250 µm 94% < 150 …

Omnia Glass Vulcano 10000 Glass machine Hot deal Low working hours

Year: 2003

Oven for laminating glass, and other products that require vacuum. Consumption 50 Kw. 380V connection. Maximum temperature 250ºC. Radiation resistance heating, controlled by thermocouple. PLC for programming and temperature control. PLC controlled vacuum pump. 1 trolley equipped with trays of dimensions: 3200 x 2100.


Glass production involves three main operations as parts of manufacturing process. First operation is the batch house where the raw materials are stored and handled. Second stage is the hot end - this is where actual manufacturing takes place. During the hot end phase, glass is heated and melted in the annealing ovens and then formed to shape the final product. The last stage - cold end - is responsible for final product inspection and packaging of the glass items. Glass working machines can naturally be involved in the hot end, manufacturing phase.

Glass production process

Batch processing

The initial phase of the glass-making process is called batch processing. Raw materials are stored in batch houses in large piles. Commonly, batch houses can hold 1-5 days of raw material and some systems are even able to process raw materials. Initially, raw material processing includes screening, drying or pre-heating. Batch houses can be manual or automated. Glass raw material is measured within the batch house, furthermore glass is mixed and delivered directly to the furnace for further processing. Batch making is generally affected by different types of glass, it's quality, purity and color.

Glass forming

After the batch is fed into the furnace, glass is processed to allow further forming. Glass forming methods include blow & blow technique which is used for glass containers with narrow neck and press & blow method mainly used for jars.
  • Blow & blow method. Glass is blown through a valve in the baffle and is forced down into the mould to shape the final form. Glass containers are produced in 2 stages. The body of the glass container is originally way smaller than the final size. Such semi-ready jars are called parisons, they can be blow-molded into the final form rather promptly.
  • Press & blow method. In the press & blow technique, a metal plunger is used to form the glass. The plunger rises up and presses the glass to shape the mould into the final product. While the glass is still soft, it's cooled down by the air flow.

Glass forming machines

The forming machines hold and move the parts that form the container. The machine consist of basic 19 mechanisms in operation to form a bottle and generally powered by compressed air (high pressure - 3.2 bar and low pressure - 2.8 bar), the mechanisms are electronically timed to coordinate all movements of the mechanisms. The most common arrangement of the glass forming machine is the type called individual section machine (IS machine for short). Individual section glass machine has an in-built bank of up to 20 identical sections. Each of the sections (usually from 5 to 20 sections) contains a mechanism to produce glass containers. All sections are aligned in a row, while a moving chute (gob distributor) feeds the gobs into each section. Sections are capable of producing one, two, three or even four glass containers at a time. According to that, the gob would be called single, double, triple or quad.

Area of use

Following the demand for eco-friendly green packaging, glass jars and containers are exactly providing the very much needed alternative for plastic. Glass working machines are widely used in food and beverage sector, where they come in line right after the food processing machines. Jam jars, chocolate spread containers, soda, beer and wine bottles - all these variations of packaging are strictly made of glass. Coca-cola famous bottle has already become iconic, and yes, it's also manufactured on a glass forming machine. Glass working machines also find application within medical sector since they are used for production of ampules / vials.

Main manufacturers

MM30 model is one of the most famous ones among glass working machine. The Moderne Mecanique ampoule machines have 30 work stations to ensure high-speed production. Other leading manufacturers for glass machines are Lovati Fratelli, GTM, Bottero, Busetti and more. You will find the most popular and well known names in Exapro online catalog.

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