Mirror ­– a smooth surface that reflects light, thereby creating a reflected image of objects in front of the mirror. The mirror has accompanied us for centuries and is a permanent element of our environment. Mirrors are processed in our factory on numerically controlled machines, which gives us the ability to adjust the shape and size to the needs of each client.

Tempered glass

Glass hardening consists in heating up the glass to a temperature of about 620–680 ° C and then it immediately undergoes the cooling with a stream of cold compressed air. As a result of this process, pressing and tensile stresses are created, increasing the mechanical durability of the glass by about 5 times. Thus, tempered glass becomes safer, because after breaking it breaks into small blunt-edged pieces that minimize the possibility of injury. For this reason, tempered glass is increasingly used on a daily basis in our environment.

Types of processing:

  • Cutting
  • Grinding
  • Polishing
  • Drilling
  • Sandblasting
  • Surface painting (screen printing and varnishing)
  • Covering glass and mirrors with colored and safe foil

Types of glass edge treatment:

Chamfer – single or double, wide, decorative cut along the edge of the glass at an angle of several degrees. The width of the chamfer on both glass and mirrors can range from 5 mm to 40 mm. Due to the treatment of glass edges and mirrors on specialized machining centers, the chamfer on our products is the highest quality finish, evenly polished along the entire length, especially at the point of connection to two chamfers, and what is more, it does not have striations. By matting the surface of the chamfer on transparent glass, an additional aesthetic effect will be achieved.


Flat Edge – the edges cutting perpendicular to the surface of the glass with simultaneous chamfering 1 – 2 mm wide on both sides of the glass. Flat edge can be performed on both straight and curves sections on a glass with a thickness of 3 mm to 50 mm with or without polishing. Flat polished edge is the most commonly used method of finishing glass edges (e.g. glass panes for doors, glass structures, tabletops, and others).

OG Edge – wave-shaped edge finish. OG edge can be performed only on curved sections and only on a glass with a thickness of 15 and 19 mm. The table top finished with OG edge acquire a stylized character of a furniture and fits perfectly in interiors „from a bygone era”.

C-Edge – it is also called a pencil edge. The name comes from the shape of the letter C in cross-section. The C-Edge is performed on every type of edge and every thickness of glass. Glass furnishings finished with a semi-circular cut seem to be delicate and safe.