There are three steps involved in the manufacture of laminated glass. The first step in the process is to form a glass panel. The process produces high strain energy in the glass panel. The thermal tempering process produces high residual stress. The second step is the fusion process, which is a more advanced way of making glass panels. This step increases strength and penetration resistance. These steps are essential to the laminated glass production process.
The next step in the production process is the placement of the embedded metal inserts. The metal inserts are then bonded to the glass plate using an adhesive. The metal inserts are then secured with four M6 bolts. After that, the glass is loaded into the autoclave. This process can also lead to the development of bubbling, which can seriously affect the quality of laminated glass.
The third step involves edging. A bridge of metal structure spans the top of the cutting table. The metal guide rail is located on the longitudinal outside of the cutting table. It is equipped with a carbide cutter wheel. The cutter wheel is connected to the rotating shaft, which is connected to the end of the piston rod. Finally, the cutting process begins. In this step, the glass has a smooth surface that has been bonded to the glass.
During production, the transparent antenna is embedded between two glass plates. A pressure sensitive adhesive layer is not required, but a clear covering layer is required. In addition to these three steps, the laminated glass production process can also include transparent antennas. If the glass is not laminated, it can be embedded in the adhesive layer. This will allow the glass to steadily maintain its antenna capability. The laminated glass production process is very efficient and can help you meet the needs of your customers and end users.