Centri di lavoro a controllo numerico e banchi da taglio per la lavorazione di vetro curvo e piano

La tradizione e l’esperienza nella lavorazione del vetro assicurano a CMS un ruolo da protagonista assoluto in questo settore. CMS può offrire una gamma di soluzioni complete, tecnologicamente avanzate e di livello indiscusso, in grado di effettuare lavorazioni a 6 assi per la massima produttività e precisione.
Molte delle soluzioni più innovative destinate al campo architettonico o alla decorazione di interni sono state rese possibili grazie ai centri di lavoro a controllo numerico di CMS.

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Vetrodomus

Efficienza e versatilità: i punti di forza del sistema tecnologico integrato voluto da Vetrodomus.

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June 11, 2018

Scm Group and the University of Bologna take up the “solar” challenge together

Presented at the Ferrari Museum in Maranello was the Emilia 4, the 4-seater electric car now ready...

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November 21, 2017

Safe Glass-Handling Tips From CMS North America

Glass products have long had a high demand, with glass cutting serving a wide range of industries. CMS North America offers CNC machining centers to make your industrial glass-cutting tasks quicker, more accurate and easy to repeat. However, handling large glass sheets for glass cutting on CNC equipment takes special care to ensure the safety of your employees and the materials.

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January 3, 2017

Trends to Watch in the Float Glass Industry

The global float glass market is projected to hit 84 million metric tons by 2020. Potential high demand from automotive and construction markets is expected to spur this growth. Asia-Pacific is the fastest growing market thanks to rising construction activity, rapid urbanization, and increasing demand for luxury cars, which use more glass than conventional options. Mature markets, such as Europe and North America, are expected to benefit from new energy policies for buildings and laminated glazing.

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