Drilling and engraving

Drilling is carried out using numerically controlled drills.

The largest workable dimensions are 2500 mm holes for a sheet length of 6000 mm. The types of holes diamond drills can make include cylindrical, flared, eyelet and notched. The drills can also make other particular movements and holes based on the design needs.

Holes are considered flared if they have different diameters.

The company owns a Intermac glass work centre which is dedicated to engraving float and industrial glass.

In addition, we can use lasers for projects involving logo design and creating fonts and symbols on glass.