Energy efficiency is becoming a major concern in the windshield manufacturing industry. Whatever system or technical solution you’ve chosen for your windshield manufacturing facility, one of the keys to profitable operation and fast payback is to continuously improve the energy efficiency of your operating machinery.
#AskGlaston Episode 3: How to temper Low-E glass with older tempering technology?
Exciting developments in the automotive industry have had a major impact on windshield design and functionality in recent years. This development is forcing windshield manufacturers to up their game. Not only do they need to adhere to increasingly stringent end-product safety and quality requirements, their windshield products must also answer designer demands. They must feature “smart” functionality, be fast to produce and environmentally friendly. This article introduces some of the current trends that are now shaping the automotive glass processing industry.
Getting a tempering line up and running smoothly requires planning and cooperation between the buyer and supplier. Here we outline the 10 steps of a successful tempering line project.
Market requirements are moving toward more personalized solutions instead of huge volume ones. This trend sets new requirements also on your processing machinery.