Flat Polished Edge
Our 15-spindle edger leaves a bright and very clear polish
Flat polished edges are by far our most popular choice of edgework, aside from the simple seamed edge.
This polish is made by grinding down the edges of the glass and then buffering them to leave a clear finish. All of this
is done on our edger
For creating a hardware-free corner
Our mitered glass is made using the same edger as our Flat Polished glass. We are able to make miters from
0° to 45°.
A sleek look for decorative uses
The term “beveled” refers to a glass that has its edges cut and polished to a specific
angle and size in order to produce a specific elegant look. This process leaves the glass thinner around the edges,
while the large middle portion remains the normal glass thickness.
A simple, yet classic edgework to remove the sharp edge
Seamed edges are a classic approach to edgework for glass. It is done by sanding the edges of the glass which removes the sharpness
and makes the glass safer to handle. It's the bare minimum requirement for tempered glass.
A rounded finish perfect for furniture
Our CNC machine can create a pencil edge on both rectangular and rounded pieces of glass. This finish is perfect for furniture
pieces and the edge allows the glass to sit comfortably in the furniture.
CNC Custom Polishes
Whether you need rounded or inside polish, the CNC gets the job done.
Our CNC machine can create round polished edges as well as internal polished and beveled edges for holes. If our CNC technician can
create the program, we can create the glass.