[Discussion] cutting safety glass?
Mr. C K
spielburg99 at gmail.com
Sun Feb 19 20:03:20 NZDT 2012
De-burr or bevel. Similar process.
On Feb 19, 2012 8:00 PM, "Mr. C K" <spielburg99 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Once it is cut. (If possible,) you can use a carborundum sharpening stone
> / oil stone, to de-burr sharp edges.
> On Feb 19, 2012 6:09 PM, "Vik Olliver" <vik at olliver.family.gen.nz> wrote:
>> On 19/02/12 18:00, Robin Paulson wrote:
>> > hi all,
>> > i have a piece of safety glass i would like to cut and ideally bevel.
>> > i'm not sure what sort of glass it exactly is, whether it's tempered
>> > laminated or whatever.
>> > is it even possible to cut this type of glass? if so, what type of
>> > tools would one require, and do we have them?
>> > cheers,
>> Does it appear to be laminated?
>> Any markings? Tried looking at it through polarized filters?
>> Tempered safety glass cannot be cut, but laminated glass can with
>> caution and lighter fluid (to dissolve the lamination)
>> Us firefighters know a lot about safety glass :)
>> Vik :v)
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