Bend the most demanding windshields with precision

Looking to produce the best windshields?
Here are three reasons why Glaston Matrix is your best choice



  • Bend the most demanding shapes with precision
  • Get full control of the bending process
  • Operate with ease



  • Active convection heating lowers your electric bill
  • Lightweight wagons and molds are less energy consuming
  • High-performance insulation minimizes energy loss



  • Stay future-proof with upgrades
  • Serve for decades thanks to quality engineering
  • Take full advantage of the Glaston community

Maximum performance with high yield and flexibility

When you are looking for superior windshield quality, flexible production as well as reliable and energy-efficient operation, Glaston Matrix is your choice. It’s perfect for both mixed and single model production of car and truck windshields.

Gravity bending allows you to create the most demanding windshield shapes, including deep sags and wrap-around corners, in a cost-effective way. You can use different types of molds at the same time, which makes it the best bending process for replacement windshields.

The press bending process is an OEM’s choice. It is relatively simple with only two phases: heating the glass and using molds to press it into the desired shape. This gives you very high output, good repeatability and tight tolerances.

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Windshield Bending furnace at DG Egypt

Windshield bending furnace at DG Egypt

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Shandong Donghao Autoglass, China

#Bending #Matrix #windshield

With quality as a priority, the Chinese company chose Matrix to bend even the most demanding windshield shapes and meet the highest OEM standards. “We have always given priority to quality when investing in glass processing equipment. We knew Glaston from the past and recognize the company’s expertise as a supplier of automotive glass equipment."

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Independent Glass, UK

#Heating chamber replacement #ProL #Upgrades

“Integration is always the biggest risk when combining sections from two different manufacturers,” says Andrew Smith, Group Manufacturing Manager at Independent Glass. Speaking about his company’s recent upgrade, he continues: “The entire upgrade project with Glaston’s ProL-zone went very smoothly. We’ve now been able to increase our laminating capacity, run the line with flexibility and ease – and lower our energy consumption.”

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Dr. Greiche Glass, Egypt

#Bending and tempering #HTBS

“Our definition of glass has changed over the years – from a simple see-through, solid material to a high-performance smart product,” says Mohamed Ezz El-Din, Technical Department Manager at DG Glass. “That’s why we have had to change too. Today, we’re investing in new technologies like Glaston’s HTBS bending and tempering furnace to change the definition of automotive glass we’re bringing to the market.”

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