What type of edge do I need?

There are many different edges that can be put on your glass.

* Seamed (Done in house, no extra charge)

the edge of the glass is sanded slightly, the glass still looks like it is raw cut, but you will not cut yourself when handling the glass.  (Not available for glass thicker than 1/4" or Diameters)

* Heavy Seam (Also Done in house, Minimal extra charge)

The glass is sanded a bit more than level one.  You can see that it has been sanded if you look close.   Gives a nice edge for thinner glass. (Not available for glass thicker than 1/4" or Diameters)

* Polished Edges (Sent out for Fabrication)

These are sent through a Machine to polish the edge, making their appearance like the pics to the right, and similar to edges found on the front of pre-manufactured shelves, either rounded (pencil Polish $$) or flat (flat polish $)   These are the two choices when you have a thicker pc. of glass that will need exposed  or "finished" edges.

* Bevelled Edges  (Sent out for Fabrication)

These are also Machine created.   The edge of the glass is ground and polished to create a "framed" look around the edge of the glass on any of the Basic Shapes.  The bevel can be any depth, but standard is 1/2"  3/4"   or 1".   This is often used for Bathroom and vanity mirrors.


The Corners Can be Standard - comes to a point 

                              DUbbed - simply sanded off, no point but not rounded

                              Coin rounded - small radius cut on the corners

                              Free cut to your pattern

Level 3 - Pencil Polish 

Level 3 - Flat Polish 

Top View of a Bevelled Corner 

Cross Section View  of bevelled Edge

bevelled Edge on a radius

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