Glass Cutting - Frameless Shower Doors New York

Glass Cutting

Glass Cutting

Glass cutting

SHAPE CUTS

Do you have a unique shape of glass for your project? Through custom glass cutting our skilled craftsmen can make nearly any special pattern or shape you need. Just share the dimensions and specifications of your desired cut - if circular, include the radius or diameter - within the comments section of our order form. The best way to cut tempered glass in a special shape would be to provide an electronic rending, or CAD format.

If you have the measurements, we can provide the custom cut glass to replace your fireplace door or to complete a great custom shelving unit. If you need custom cut glass, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you need a single piece of custom cut glass or several hundred custom cut glass pieces, we can fulfill that need.

Our highly skilled workers use two primary means to cut our glass. The first and more known is by hand, this method is typically used for custom shaped glass where the client has given us a template.

Our favorite way of custom glass cutting is by our high powered water jet.

By using the water jet we can cut glass within 1/16 of an inch. Not only is this method precise in how it cuts, but where. With a couple presses on a key board, technology allows us to load a pattern onto the computer for the water jet to cut. After we simply load the image, the water jet cuts the glass faster than our workers could, and does a very accurate job.


Glass hole drilling

HOLE DRILLING

Are you involved in a project that requires the glass have holes drilled in the glass? Perhaps a hole in a glass patio table top for your umbrella? If so, you have come to the right place.

Drilling glass is something we do daily. We can drill holes of multiple diameters into tempered, PyroCeram®, or NeoCeram® glass: 1/8", 3/16", 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", 7/16", 1/2", 9/16", 5/8", 11/16", 3/4", 13/16", 7/8", 15/16", 1", 1 1/4", 1 1/2", 1 3/4", 2", 2 1/4", 2 1/2", 2 3/4", and 3".

We can also cut perfectly circular glass pieces for whatever your need.

Share the dimensions and specifications of the shape you desire cut - if circular, include the radius or diameter - within the comments section of our order form. If difficult to describe, you can also send a preliminary drawing to info@customcutglass.net or by fax to 718-865-0896 for approval.


Glass edge finishing

EDGE FINISHING

Custom Cut Glass can put the perfect edge on your piece of glass. Whether you need standard or specialty edgework on your glass, you can be assured that each edge will be precision machined on our state of the art edging machine. Just let us know if your project requires a special edge and we’ll give it a great, customized look with our quality edgework. If not, we’ll still make sure you always get pieces with edges that are sanded and safe to handle.

Specialty Edgework removes any uneven appearance on the edge of the glass after it has been cut. Another benefit of specialty edgework is the enhanced the appearance of the glass, this is true whether you chose standard edgework or specialized edgework. Specialized edgework gives the glass a great appearance.

Standard edgework is our standard finish and is included at no extra charge on all pieces. We call this the seamed edge. This is perfect for items that will be installed so that the edges of the glass will not be seen, these edges are sanded smooth so the glass is safe to handle but it is not necessarily decorative. Our standard edgework will follow industry standard tolerances.

Specialty Edgework options can be added to any pieces or shapes for an extra charge. Use the Instant Online Quote feature above to quickly estimate the cost for your specific project.

SPECIALTY EDGE FINISHING

Pencil Edge: This type of edgework results in an edge that is slightly rounded. Pencil Grind edgework has a frosty, matte, or satin finish. Pencil Polish edgework provides a glossy, shiny finish; perfect for a style when you are wanting to create an extra pop!

Flat Edge: This type of edgework results in an edge that is Flat with small chamfers on the corners. Flat Grind edgework has a matte, frosty or satin finish. Flat Polish edgework provides a shiny or glossy finish.

Bevel Edge: This type of edgework adds a sense of depth on the glass. This is often used for an ornate application. Bevel Edges have a shiny or glossy finish.

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