WALTEC | Laser crack off
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Laser crack off machine

Highlights in comparison to conventional score thermoshock process:

  • Processing of glass articles without mechanical contact
  • Bowl run out is avoided when processing articles with long thin stems and there is no waste as a result of glass breakage
  • So-called safety mouth rims, which are produced by melting, make grinding superfluous
  • Average quality glasses can be finished to choice without face grinding or chamfering
  • Required grinding can be reduced by up to 75%
  • A higher annual capacity of up to 25% is possible
  • Lower surface tension
  • Lower operating expenses of up to 10% per year

Technical Data
LGT 16/32
LGT 10

Dimensions (mm) Ø

3.000

2.000

Height (mm)

3.800

3.500

Number of sections

16/32

10

R.p.m. of clamping chuck

0-500

Article dimensions
LGT 16/32
LGT 10

min. dia. (mm)

30

max. dia. (mm)

120

wall thickness (mm)

up to 4

max. wall thickness tolerance (mm)

± 0.3

max. tolerance of axis parallelism (mm)

± 2.0

Production Speed
LGT 16/32
LGT 10

50 mm Glass dia.

45

22

50-70 mm Glass dia.

38

19

70-100 mm Glass dia.

30

15

100-120 mm Glass dia.

24

12

pcs./min. approx. Referring to soda lime glass with a wall thickness of approx. 0.9 mm
Occupation of stations
working step
station number

Loading

1

1

Empty station

2+5+15+16

8+10

Laser

3+4

2

Testing

6

3

Grinding

7+8+9

4

Chamfering

10

5

Washing

11

6

Drying

12+13

7

Unloading

14

9