Corner machine for the manufacture of radius and cant glass corners was introduced for furniture/household appliance market.
The range of drilling machines is expanded with the introduction of the fully automated PLC controlled TFV Drilling and milling machine.
The MS automatic arrising machine is the answer of Schiatti to the needs of machinery for insulating glass processing to arris glasses prior to tempering.
The new "MITRE" series supersede the old mitre machines, and offers the ability to produce flat and arris polished edges and mitres from 0-45 degrees.
The BFP double edging machine for flat edge using cup wheels compliments the existing peripheral wheel pencil edge series.
To increase production in drilling, Schiatti produced a multiple drilling machine with opposite heads to drill 2-3 or 4 holes ate the same time.
Further range of straight grinding machines for flat edge "family" is introduced with "S" series which is designed for small pieces and narrow strips.
The grinding machine for the flat edge "family" is increased with the introduction of the series "50" deisgned for thick big-size glasses.
Further to English company's specific request, automatic Turnover units were manufactured to allow 90° piece rotation. Complete automatic lines were supplied composed of 4 grinding machines and 3 Turnover units.
The straight grinding machine for flat edge "family" is again increased with series "MITRE", machines, designed to produce both flat and arris edges, and mitres from 22.5° to 45°.
The BFT model is upgraded to become fully automated and the BFT range is increased to process thicker glasses to a high polish. An automatic transfer table is designed to make up the complete line to process all 4 glass sides in one operation.
The original single head drilling machine is replaced by the new model FPD60 with two opposing heads and options like glass support table, tank, pump; it comes in automatic or semi-automatic versions.
The range of flat edge straight line edgers is increased by the introduction of the FPS15. A group of businessmen, including Angelo Schiatti, form GIMAV, an organization bringin together Italian machine manufaturers.
The first 6 wheels straight grinding machine using cup wheels for flat edge and arris is manufactured. Polishing wheels work are operated by pneumatics.
The "Fiera Campionaria" fair in Milan is the occasion for Schiatti to show its prototype BFT double edging machine for pencil edge, model BFT. The machine can process 2 sides of the glass sheet at the same time, halving production time.
Schiatti enriches the range of edgers for round wire with the models RI / 4M, 4 wheels, and RI / 6M, 6 wheels.
AUTOMATIC DIGGER FOR SOAP DISH HOLES
The automatic grinding machine for soap dish holes which was hydraulically controlled has been designed for the bathroom and furniture industries. It is highly automated to give increased production.
Schiatti manufactured its first straight grinding machines: models AR/2M and AR/2MM equipped with 2 and 3 wheels. Designed for pencil edge, these models can process edges like ogee, waterfall, flat and arris.
WET SAND BELT
A variation of model 118, wet belt sander grinds both arrises and corners.
CUTTER FOR THICK GLASSES mod. 136
The cutter for thick glasses was manufactured to cut glasses up to 25mm by means of a diamond saw. The machine was equipped with a hydraulic moving tablr and a tank fir water.
Pioneers of time, Schiatti designs and produced the first straight beveling machine with 4 spindles for semi polished bevel
DRY SAND BELT
Together with the welt belt sander, Schiatti added to its production the Dry Sand Belt with automatic vacuum system,
SAND BELT mod. 118
Following specific request, Schiatti manufactured a wet belt sanding machine for flat edge manual grinding
SEMI-AUTOMATIC CUTTING TABLE
Schiatti produced an upgrade for their fixed cutting table, equipped with castors and semi automatic movable bridge for glass cutting. The project for this kind of machine was later abandoned,
TILTING TABLE WITH CABLE LIFTING FOR BIG GLASS SHEETS
The original project is modified to allow loading of big glass sheets. The main table top was equipped with manual lifting castors to allow easy glass handling in the horizontal position and avoid scratches on the glass surface.
MANUAL TILTING TABLE
The first small sized cutting table is manufactured. Fitted with a manually operated tilting top this made for easier glass loading from vertical to horizontal position and vice versa.
SINGLE HEAD GLASS DRILL
Schiatti manufactured the first glass drill with supporting table. The manual version consisted of one only spindle and for the first time used a diamond drill bit
SCHIATTI ANGELO SRL
Elia's son Angelo founds the SCHIATTI ANGELO company.
CORK POLISHING MACHINE FOR ETCHINGS
Elia Schiatti improved the range by introducing the Model 117. Which had shaped wheels to etch the glass and the model 110 which by using a cork tool fed with pumice, polished the etches. Wheels and cork tools of different dimensions were provided for many uses.
PANTOGRAPH FOR FOR SMALL SHAPED GLASSES
Production of a manual pantograph to cut small shaped glasses started; The machine had a bench equipped with a frame, template and a diamond bit to cut glass shapes.
Elia Schiatti researches machines for new processes; and designs and manufactures the machine model 124. This consisted of a frame and a motor driven stone tool which produced semi-gloss fingergrips (notches.)
In 1959 Elia Schiatti produced a manual sandblasting machine with a feed tank. Thanks to it’s special design and lever system it was possible to adjust the flow of compressed air and sand.
CORK POLISHING MACHINE WITH AUTOMATIC PUMICE DISTRIBUTOR mod. 120
In 1957 Elia Schiatti manufactured an automatic cork lathe with the first automatic pumice feeder to polish glass
bevel polishing machine
The new polishing machine had a steel base onto which was mounted an electric spindle which drove a large felt wheel. This was used to give a quality polish to bevelled glasses
Surface polishing machine mod. 115
This machine was put into production to enable glass surfaces to be polished with cerium oxide prior to silvering to ensure the production of quality mirrors
Lathe for manual glass grinding
In 1956 Elia started manufacturing a lathe for manual glass grinding. This consisted of a cast iron base onto which was mounted a carborundum (silicon carbide) wheel