Manufacturing technology for the lamp industry using torch or laser technology
For the lamp industry, we offer various machines for hot and cold processing of glass and quartz glass.
Horizontal, vertical or swiveling lathes for shaping, attaching or melting work using torches or laser technology, machines for cutting raw materials using thermal shock, scribing, breaking, wet cutting or laser cutting processes. Machines in manual or fully automatic operation, depending on the application and the number of pieces.
Bench burner, surface mix
Noiseless bench burner, for gas and oxygen, burners for natural gas and propane with special flame stabilization system allowing to operate the burner even with a surplus of air and thus with a cooler flame - mounted on solid cast iron foot with ball joint.
The optimum burners for processing borosilicate glass, in the execution for hydrogen and oxygen (WS) for processing quartz glass.
■ low noise working method with a large field of application
■ stable, homogeneous flame formation, from pinpoint flame to
bushy flame, steplessly variable via a single twisting grip
■ burning media are controlled via ball valves, nearly service-free
and resistant to wear
■ optimum energy field through intensive ignition of gases
■ long durability by using high-quality materials and constructional
parts - solid burner head made of non-scaling stainless steel
■ connection glands with thread
Precision glass working lathe
For working out high precision joining-and sealing jobs in the glass instrument-, quartz lamps- and electronic industry
The modular construction allows an optimal adaption to the individual production processes. Through the combination of different modules a customer specific machine concept with the desired grade of automation for every use can be constructed.
The machine type P1040 is based on the Arnold Standard Glass working lathe P1040.
This all-purpose precision glass working lathe is especially suitable for laser applications, e.g. in the laboratory and lamp glass industry; possible processes include joining, forming, cutting, flange / thread production, calibrating and drilling. The system is designed with a stable and torsion-free machine bed as well as a separate drive technique for each working head. A continuous adjustment of the laser beam diameter becomes possible by using a motorized axis for traveling the focusing lens.
The machine is designed as a compact system including the laser unit and machine control and can be operated either manually or fully automated, for instance by loading and unloading of work pieces via industrial robot.