The digital future with non-destructive laser marking

There are plenty of good reasons to mark a piece of glass, whether it is an organisational measure for your production process or to provide your on-site installation staff with important information. Of the many different techniques available, HEGLA boraident’s non-destructive laser marking is surely the most impressive. Its high level of functionality more than lives up to increasing requirements for product traceability, the Internet of Things, and digitalisation. Once applied, it will be bonded with the pane for the entirety of the product life cycle, either as an inconspicuous mark at the edge or a more eye-catching brand with a logo in clear view. If a QR or data matrix code is lasered onto the glass, users with the appropriate authorisation can use their smartphones to scan the code and follow the pane through its process steps, or track down the raw glass supplier.

Kontakt Steve Goble England
Steve Goble


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+ 44 (0) 19 08 / 26 19 33 steven.goble@hegla.co.uk
Contact Naomichi Haizuka Japan
Naomichi Haizuka


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+90 (533) 749 1458 naomichi.haizuka@correns.co.jp
Representative Marcel Dagher MENA
Marcel Dagher


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+971505200516 marcel.dagher@hiet-me.com
Contact Alois Kattner Austria
Alois Kattner


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+ 43 (0) 27 23 82 70 office@glasmak.at
Contact Fabio Zucal Italy
Fabio Zucal


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+ 39 334 59 56 212 zucal.hegla@vodafone.it
Contact Tomasz Świątkowski Poland
Tomasz Świątkowski


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+48 693 451 606 t.swiatkowski@mcdiam.com.pl
Contact Donatas Jakutis Litauen
Donatas Jakutis


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+370 650 11376 donatas.jakutis@glastech.lt
Hegla Partnet Indien Naresh Kumar
Naresh Kumar


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+91 (0) 80 56 13 31 13 naresh.kumar@hegla.in
Kontakt Qin Wang China
Qin Wang


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+86 571 8588 9539 qin.wang@dtmthz.cn
Cem Kara Hegla Türkei Ansprechpartner
Cem Kara


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+90 (216) 577 0603 +90 (533) 749 1458 cem@ikatek.com.tr
Contact Ghassan Nassar Egypt
Ghassan Nassar


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+20 22 263 02 14 +20 100 10 8 22 55 polychem.egypt@tedata.net.eg
Kontakt USA
HEGLA Corp.


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+1 404 763 9700 info@heglaus.com
Contact Eero Jalkanen
Eero Jalkanen


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+03 58 44 21 00 76 7 eero.jalkanen@treglas.com
Hegla Spanien Ansprechpartner Rolf Meyer
Rolf Meyer


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+34 93 30 10 52 5 rolf.meyer@rmeyersl.com
Kontakt France
Daniel Kolopp


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+ 33 (0) 3 88 / 91 01 01 daniel.kolopp@heglafrance.com
Reinhold Gelbenegger, HEGLA
Reinhold Gelbenegger


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+49 (0) 5273 / 905-232 reinhold.gelbenegger@hegla.de
Contact Marat Z. Khoussainov Russia
Marat Z. Khoussainov


Please contact me

Do you have any questions or require further information on this subject?

+ 7 (495) 724 27 09 hegla.rus@gmail.com

Automation and interconnection as a component of production process optimisation

Whether it’s glass storage, loading, cutting, breaking, handling leftover panes, sorting or transferring glass, especially in the case of complex production lines, the processes between processing stations play a key role in ensuring continuous and precisely-timed glass flow.

All machines and systems offered by HEGLA are designed as coordinated system components. This means, for example, that with internal control of the cutting plant you can conveniently and automatically call up the panes from the warehouse and stage them in precise synch with the production cycle. We work with you to design concepts such as the ReMaster offcut system that reduce manual handling and waste costs, and also sustainably improve processes. To maximize your success, our machines and systems have open interfaces to all standard optimisation and control software programmes so that you can select the software you prefer (e.g., HEGLA-HANIC). Take advantage of our many years of experience with process interconnection and automation. We will be happy to discuss your company-specific options.

What’s new at HEGLA

The digital future with HEGLA-HANIC

Software solutions | Smart factory

Product tracking with laser marking

Traceability | Smart factory
die Lasermarkierung ermöglicht eine Produktnachverfolgung

Optimised glass transfer through automation

Automation | Partial automation
Teilautomatisierung der Glasübergabe zur ISO-Linie

Top-quality consulting,
planning and implementation

There’s nothing that can’t be improved. Our staff are always striving to become better and ensure “quality in everything we do”. We see ourselves as a provider of quality products. Experienced engineers, technicians and specialists guarantee consistently high quality standards. Computer-aided production planning and management, efficient materials management, economic production processes and close collaboration with qualified suppliers are the pillars of our production company. The DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 certification (initial certification: Dec. 95) for our headquarters in Beverungen, western Germany, gives our customers the assurance they need that we can provide top-quality products and have a well thought-out organisational structure.

  • We offer solutions for every part of the glassworking process
  • We treat our customers as partners
  • Development of custom solutions to suit your individual needs
  • We believe in Industry 4.0 and provide custom software solutions