What kind of edges can I have put on my glass table top or table cover?
We offer four different types of edging for your glass table top or glass table cover. The type of edging you choose will be influenced by the use to which you put the table. Here are the basic edges:
Seamed edge - removes the sharpness for safer handling.
In this application, after the glass is cut the edges are sanded to dull the sharp edges. This is to make the glass safe to handle. Choose a seamed edge if the glass is to be framed and in applications where the edges are not visible.
Flat edge - a polished "square" edge. In this application the edge of the glass have been polished to a smooth shiny finish. Choose a flat polish when the edge of the glass are visible and you prefer a minimalistic look.
Pencil edge - a polished round edge. In this application the edge of the glass have been polished to a smooth shiny rounded finish.
Beveled edge - a straight sloped edge from 1/2 inch to 1-1/2 inch slope.
In this application the edge of the glass are cut and polished in an angle with a specific bevel width. Bevel width must be specified by the customer and can be range in size from 1/4" to 1-3/4". Most common one is 1". Bevel width must be entered in the system when pricing and ordering.
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