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Custom glass parts

Custom glass parts for all industries

We offer glass parts for a variety of industrial, electronic and technical applications. These include, for example, front panels, cover glasses and cover frames, decorative glasses for electronic products and protective glasses for displays, but also touch glasses for modern input units.

Of course we also offer suitable ones capacitive input unit made of glass. Capacitive buttons allow you to expand the functionality of your glass surfaces and integrate modern touchscreen functions that enable user-friendly interaction.

Glass surfaces are extremely smooth and therefore meet particularly high hygiene requirements. They are more scratch-resistant and durable than plastic and have high temperature resistance and high chemical resistance. In addition, glass decors ensure a design-oriented and high-quality finish and, with the appropriate coating, also fulfill functional properties.

Glassware

The glasses are usually made of float glass or flint glass and thermally cured ESG glass. The thickness is from 0,55-19,0 mm. We also offer ultra-thin ones for display protection applications chemically hardened front glasses (0,3 - 8,0mm). Other types of glass include borosilicate glass, quartz glass, magic mirror glass and touch panel glass.

acrylic

We also offer the production of front covers and front panels made of acrylic glass (PMMA). Using techniques such as CNC milling, lasers, bending, edge polishing and matting, and various printing processes, we offer a comprehensive range of manufacturing options.

We offer you customized glass parts at attractive prices, even for small and medium-sized project volumes. In order to make you an offer, we need a technical drawing and information about the technical specifications. Of course, you also benefit from our comprehensive all-round service for our glass parts.
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Processing of glass parts

  • Cutting, CNC milling, milling, cut outs
  • Grinding, edge processing
  • Drilling, drilling, deepening
  • sandblasting, etching
  • painting, printing
  • Lamination, gluing, optical bonding

The glass panes can be cut into a wide variety of customer-specific shapes. Depending on the material and in compliance with the usual tolerances, bores, cut-outs or indentations can be implemented without any problems. The glass edges can be processed using various grinding methods. In addition to the classic edge cut, facets and miter edges are also possible.

For printing, screen printing technology offers a variety of design options, such as translucent prints for a “disappearing” effect for LEDs and light sensors. Ceramic baking pressure for maximum adhesion and durability is also possible. In addition to classic screen printing, digital printing is also available for decors and photorealistic images.

Frosted glass surfaces are created by sandblasting or etching. The sandblasting process destroys the glass surface in a purely mechanical way. As a result, the glass becomes very rough and is therefore sensitive to dirt. With glass etching, the glass surface is chemically satinised. It is therefore easier to clean and hardly picks up dirt. Non-slip glass surfaces for bathroom scales, for example, can be realized using both of these methods, but with a special anti-slip coating.

Coatings of glass parts

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There are different types of glass coatings that can be used depending on the desired function and application. For example, coatings can make glass surfaces more resistant to scratches and scuffs, or they can diffuse or reflect incoming light to reduce glare and improve visibility. The selection of the appropriate coating depends on the specific needs of the application, be it for buildings, vehicles, electronics or any other purpose. We offer the following coatings, among others:

optical

Glass panels with optical coating

  • Anti-Reflective (AR)
  • Anti-glare (AG)
  • PDP filter glass
  • ITO coating, EMI/RFI shielded glass
  • Filter coatings according to customer specification

thermal

Thermally hardened molded glass panes

  • Thickness: 0.5-19mm
  • also with ITO coating

Chemical

Chemically hardened molded glass panes

  • Thickness: 0.3-8.0mm
  • Surface hardness up to 9H for scratch resistance
  • Compressive strength of > 600 Mpa for breaking strength

Front panels made of acrylic glass (PMMA) – precisely manufactured according to your wishes

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Front panel made of acrylic glass PMMA

We can also produce front panels and front covers made of acrylic glass (PMMA) according to your specifications. Our experience in a variety of machining processes allows us to meet a wide range of customer requirements. Using techniques such as CNC milling, lasers, bending, and edge polishing and matting, we offer a comprehensive range of manufacturing options. This is how we ensure the high quality and precision of your acrylic glass front panels.

Innovative printing techniques for customized front panels

Our printing processes, including digital, screen and UV printing, open up a wide range of design options for your acrylic glass front panels. Each technique has its specific benefits, from detailed, colorful designs to excellent durability for use both indoors and outdoors.

The versatile properties of acrylic glass (PMMA)

Acrylic glass impresses with a high light transmittance of around 92%, making it a preferred material for transparent applications. It combines a good balance of strength, stiffness and impact resistance with a polishable surface. The possibility of special surface treatments makes acrylic glass additionally resistant to scratches and UV radiation, while cut surfaces can be given a high gloss. It also offers good electrical insulation properties.

Chemical and thermal resistance for various applications

Acrylic glass (PMMA) shows a high resistance to many chemical substances such as acids, alkalis of medium concentration and non-polar solvents. With a thermal load capacity of -40 to +75 °C, even up to 100 °C for short periods, and the ability to be formed above 120 °C, PMMA proves to be extremely adaptable for a wide range of applications.

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