1. When we process glass, we usually divide it into two halves. A single-edge glass machine is used to process and polish one side of the glass (a piece of glass has 4 sides that need to be ground four times). A straight-edge machine for glass can grind the straight edge of any form, such as a trapezoid, diagonal, or parallelogram. Furthermore, it can grind straight edges, multi-level edges, round edges, duck peak edges, and other types of edges. Glass straight edge machine family models also grind the edge of the class area: Three tiny categories: glass straight edge material (grinding into a straight edge), glass multi-level edge grinding machine (grinding into a multi-level edge), and glass round edge machine (grinding into a round edge, duckbill edge, etc.).
2.There are four, eight, nine, ten, eleven, and twelve glass straight-edge grinding machines. 4 grinding heads are mostly used in the sector of the window and door glass and are appropriate for businesses that only have rough processing of the glass edge to satisfy the criteria of a neat glass edge and no hand cutting. 8 grinding heads are mostly employed in the field of architectural glass and are appropriate for businesses that do not require polishing the brightness of the glass edge. Nine grinding heads are built on the foundation of eight grinding heads. Based on the 9 grinding head, the 10 grinding head adds a fine polishing wheel, making it suited for furniture glass firms with higher criteria for the brightness of the glass edge. Based on the 9 grinding head function, the 11 grinding heads will add two front chamfering grinding heads. It is appropriate for businesses that require grinding straight edges and 45-degree edges. The 12 grinding head is to add a chamfering grinding head to the 11 grinding head to make the polishing brighter while grinding a 45-degree edge, which is appropriate for firms with high polishing requirements for a 45-degree edge.
3. A glass multi-stage edge grinding machine is a machine that grinds numerous edge lines on one side of the glass, creating a more layered impression. Because a multi-stage edge glass grinding machine requires a pendulum angle, the pendulum beam grinding head contains three grinding heads as well as five grinding heads. Mechanical typical grinding heads have 9 and 11 grinding heads, respectively. Just nine grinding head kinds are available, with swinging grinding heads accounting for three and five. The 9-stage edge machine with 3 swingable grinding heads can handle straight edge, 45-degree edge, and polished bright. The polishing effect is not ideal when doing a multi-stage edge (because the multi-stage edge only has 3 grinding heads grinding polishing). But, there is a bottom edge when grinding 45 degrees, and for a one-time molding 5 swing grinding head 9 grinding head multi-stage machine can do straight edge, 45 degrees edge, multi-stage edge, and polished bright. The polishing is bright when doing a multi-stage edge (because the multi-stage edge has 5 grinding heads to grind and polish). Nevertheless, there is no bottom edge when grinding 45 degrees, therefore if you require 45 degrees with a bottom edge, you must process the straight edge again. The 11 grinding head machine is based on the 9 grinding head multi-stage machine and includes 5 oscillating grinding heads as well as two bottom edge grinding heads. In this way, when grinding 45 degrees, there is a bottom edge, and it is formed once.
4. A glass round-edge machine typically features six grinding heads, seven grinding heads, and one grinding head. 6 grinding heads can grind garden edges, duckbill edges, and other edge forms, and molding grinding wheels are used to coarse and finely grind glass edges and polish them. The 7th grinding head is to add a front chamfer grinding head to the 6th grinding head, which is used to grind a glass chamfer. 8 grinding heads are used to add a back chamfer based on 7 grinding heads, allowing you to grind two glass edge chamfers at the same time.