Machines and equipment for flat glass processing by HEGLA

Machines and systems for processing flat glass

With over 45 years of industry experience, we provide forward-looking system solutions for the cutting and processing of flat, automotive, and functional glass.

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HEGLA ReMaster

Passion and expertise for glass

The expertise and passion of our employees have made us a recognised innovation leader in the field of machines and systems for flat glass processing. Thanks to their knowledge and insights, revolutionary solutions such as the ReMaster automatic residual sheet handling system and the SortJet sorting compactor are now possible.

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HEGLA cutting line for float glass with ReMaster and Rapidstore

The optimal solution for your success

Join us as we dive deep into the world of flat glass processing and let our innovative technology, forward-looking systems, and intelligent process optimisation approaches inspire you. We want to work with you to find the optimal solution for your success.

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LSG cutting systems


With the ProLam LSR, LSG cutting is faster than ever before. Thanks to the newly developed laser separation technology, the film can be heated up much faster than before. The overall process has also been accelerated, increasing productivity by 20 per cent or more compared to conventional cutting systems.

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Glassbuild America Atlanta, GA, USA

Visit us at Glassbuild America in Atlanta from 31 October to 2 November 2023

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Vitrum: Create added value, improving productivity

“Create added value” is the focus of the trade fair stand where HEGLA, HEGLA-HANIC and HEGLA boraident are returning to Vitrum after the break caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Glass TEXpo, San Antonio, TX, USA

Visit us at Glass TEXpo in San Antonio, May 11-12, 2023 at booth #112. Customers receive free access for this show. Inquiries at

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Group picture of the secondary school's visit to HEGLA in Beverungen
Secondary school pupils explore HEGLA

19 pupils in the TELC course at Beverungen Secondary School visited the machine manufacturer HEGLA on 3 March.

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