La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
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La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
La Fabrique de Vitrail
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GlasScore Pro

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GlasScore Pro is installed on a table 30 inches in height and 30 inches deep. It consists of a bridge that supports the glass cutter, a movable aluminum plate on casters on which is deposited the glass to be scored, and a mini-table supporting the various elements.


The bridge is screwed on the mini-table on its  left side, but may be raised on its right side using a set of lever (shown on right). User raises the bridge (and thus the glass cutter) by manually operating the lever to the right (with just a finger) or by using the knee operated lever shown on the right, under the mini-table. This knee lever raises the glass cutter while keeping both hands free to manipulate the glass.


No effort required

work comfortably sit,

without applying any pressure on the glass.

No more sore hand, wrist, arm, shoulder and back!

  

View of the glass cutter suspended above the mobile plate that supports the glass to be scored.

The mobile plate (partially pulled on the photo) is mounted on casters, and can roll back and forth without friction.

One finger is enough to push the glass to score it. .

The mobile aluminum plate is resistant to abrasion and has minimal friction. This allows you to rotate the glass with ease.

As the glass cutter is fixed, users always have a perfect viewing angle on the score.

To score the glass, just push  the glass, ( and the aluminum plate will roll) and rotate the glass to follow the pattern marked on it.

The pressure on the glass is constant, the score is done without interruption, without having to raise the glass cutter.


Child's play, effortlessly.

  

The lever easily lifts the bridge by hand. You may also use the knee operated lever.

In this case, your hands are completely free to manipulate the glass.



  

GLASSCORE PRO OPERATION


1 - Pull the mobile aluminum plate.

2 - Raise the bridge by pressing the lever by hand or using the knee lever.

3 - Place the glass to be scored under the glass cutter.

4 - Lower the bridge and the glass cutter onto the glass.

5 - Push the glass without effort to score it: the aluminum plate will roll.


To follow a pattern, simply push the glass while turning it left or right, following the pattern.



  


GlasScore Pro fit with lighting and magnifying glass.


Perfect vision further increases the scoring accuracy, drastically reducing the grinding time.

Slide on the "REAL VIEW" button above.



  

Real view

Slide on these buttons

Video 2

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