The Laminated line allows us to cut the product in a much faster and efficient way, without having much waste due to our computerized optimization software.

The cutting process is carried out by two cutting heads which simultaneously score the top and bottom sheets, held in a clamped position by two fixed bridges. Following the score, a rubber wheel exerts pressure on the top sheet as it travels across, causing the glass cut to run. Then the breaker bar pops up from beneath the lower score line and completes the break in the glass.

A resistance heated wire is then brought to the vinyl interlayer from below.  At the same time, clamps along the left clamping bridge are activated pulling the glass apart as the vinyl melts away, then the glass pane is removed.