Common Glass Edge Treatments

Source: Abrisa Technologies

Glass edging can be done to improve a glass’s dimensional tolerance, functionality, cleanliness, appearance, and even resistance to chipping. Abrisa Technologies' edging treatments include cut/seam, machine ground (pencil and flat), and machine polished (pencil and flat).

Request Information

Cut/Seam Edging: Also known as a safety seam edge, or a swiped edge. This treatment is done to remove sharp edges on glass.

Machine Ground: This treatment uses a diamond embedded grinding wheel with a satin finish on the edge.

Machine Polished: Gives ground edges a nice sheen finish.

A pencil ground or polished edge has a C-shaped edge, and a flat ground or polished edge has a flat edge with a small 45 degree chamber on the very top and bottom.

For more information on Abrisa’s common edge glass treatments, download the datasheet.

Need More Information? Just Ask.

Click the button below to directly contact the supplier. Use it to:

  • Ask a question.
  • Request more detailed information or literature.
  • Discuss your current project/application.
  • Request a quote.
  • Locate a distributor in your area.
  • Schedule a demo.
Request Information