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Influence of Regrinding Depth on Edge Strength of Tempered Glass
Designers use exposed glass edges for decoration, for example within glass steps, glass beams or glass columns. This application requires a mechanical finishing to achieve a high optical quality by compensating a misalignment of the glasses, for example an edge displacement, or a supernatant of the foil resulting from the lamination process of safety glass. Regrinding of annealed glass is allowed without restrictions. In the case of tempered glass there is a risk of premature failure caused bydoi:10.7480/cgc.5.2433 fatcat:f5ab6vseozfzhpkmy7cgrrbcvq