Pencil Edge Glass: The pencil edge glass is also called as C-edge. The term pencil is used for the rounded glass finish, which resembles the roundness of a pencil. Pencil edge glass is ideal for furniture with rounded corners. Pencil edge glass adds an aesthetic quality to the design. Pencil edge glass can have a matte, frosty, or satin finish. Pencil Polish edgework provides a shiny and glossy finish.
Flat Edge: Flat edge is also called as D-edge. Custom cut tempered glass is used to make the flat edge. Flat edgework results in an edge, which is flat with small chamfers on corners. The grind edgework has a satin, matte, or frosty finish; whereas flat Polish edgework provides a shiny or glossy finish to custom cut tempered glass.
Bevel Edge: This type of custom cut tempered glass edgework adds a sense of depth on the glass. Custom cut safety glass having a beveled edge is often used for ornate applications. Bevel Edges have a shiny or glossy finish. Custom cut tempered glass is preferred for all these uses; that’s why it is also called as custom cut safety glass.
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