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When it comes to edge profiling glass and mirror, there are many options to consider and explore. While the primary purpose of edgework is to eliminate sharp edges for safety reasons, the various types of edging available can also elevate and accentuates the overall appearance of the glass. By refining the edges, it not only strengthens the glass's structural integrity but also helps prevent chipping and ensures its durability. This meticulous attention to edgework detail adds aesthetic charm and enhances functionality and longevity, making it crucial in glass fabrication processes. See below for standard edge details, more options are available upon request.

Arrised/Seamed Edge
  • Using a sanding belt, the edges of the glass are lightly sanded to produce a safety edge. These edges are used when edges are covered.

  • Applications: Millwork, cupboard doors etc.

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Flat Ground Edge
  • Diamond embedded grinding wheels put a Satin finish on the edge, used when reduced reflectivity is require in the edges.

  • Applications: Glass floors, mirror etc.

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Flat Polish Edge
  • High gloss finish used when edges are exposed.

  • Applications: Doors, partition walls, etc.

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Pencil Ground Edge
  • Diamond embedded grinding wheels put a Satin finish on the edge radius in the shape of a C, used when reduced reflectivity is require in the edges.

  • Applications: Automotive, mirrors, etc.

Pencil Polished Edge
  • High gloss finish used in more decorative applications.

  • Application: Furniture, Mirrors etc.

CNC Polished Edge
  • High gloss finish used when tolerances are tight or on shapes

  • Applications: Railings, mirrors, feature walls etc.

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Mitred Edge
  • High gloss finish used in areas where glass meet at angles

  • Available in 22.5° or 45°

  • Applications: Showers, partition walls etc.

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Straight Beveled Edge
  • High gloss or satin finish used to add aesthetics to a design

  • Available in ½”, ¾”, 1” and 1 ¼”

  • Applications: Mirrors, tabletops, etc.

Shaped Beveled Edge
  • High gloss or satin finish used to add aesthetics to a design

  • Available in any sizes between ½” and 2 ½”

  • Applications: Mirrors, windows etc.


Standard Corner

A standard polished corner involves smoothing the edges of glass to achieve a clean and refined appearance; however, despite its commonality, it can pose a risk due to its sharp point on applications such as tabletops. Note: All glass will be fabricated with standard corners unless specified.

Dubbed Corner

Dubbed corners are created by lightly sanding off the sharp edge by hand, providing a safer alternative, although not as precise as radius corners.

Radius Corner

​Radius corners offer an ideal solution for enhancing both design aesthetics and safety, particularly for exposed corners in railings and tabletops. With sizes ranging from 1/8" to 8", they not only elevate the visual appeal of any space or design but also contribute to ensuring safety. 


In the realm of glass design, surface profiling techniques offer a transformative canvas for pushing the boundaries of creativity. Through methods such as silk-screening, DFI coating, and V-grooving, glass surfaces transcend their traditional role, becoming dynamic elements that not only enhance aesthetics but also elevate functionality and durability. Contact our team to explore many other surface profiles and discuss solutions tailored to your needs.

Silk Screening

Silk-screening stands as a versatile technique, allowing intricate designs, patterns, or logos to be precisely applied onto glass surfaces. Whether it's adding branding elements to storefronts or intricate designs to interior partitions, silk-screening offers endless possibilities for customization and personalization.

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DFI Coating

In contrast to alternative protective coatings, Diamon-Fusion® bonds to glass, forming a permanent seal. This advanced technology converts standard glass into a high-performance, water-repellent surface by filling the glass's peaks and valleys, preventing the infiltration of unwanted stains.


In architectural design, V-grooving elevates glass panels with depth and sophistication, creating elegant patterns for decorative panels, partitions, and doors. Seamlessly merging functionality with aesthetics, V-grooving offers versatility for diverse architectural applications.

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