Cutting of glass panes remains a basic service to be provided by Sell-Glass. In order to secure the highest quality, we use two digitally controlled lines with automatic feeders. Our Clients can choose between linear and curvilinear cutting.


Chamfering is included into the most commonly applied, yet requiring the highest level of precision, techniques to grind glass and mirrors, which receive a stylish and luxurious look.

Glass grinding

Glass grinding is a commonly applied, however requiring great consciousness, glass product treatment method. It is intended to eliminate the roughness and sharp edges from glass panes.


We make orifices in glass between 4 and 70 mm. In line with the requests from the Clients, we are able to grind the orifice edges.


We paint with ceramic paints and apply two well-approved methods giving durable effects: print-screening and painting with a roll. Owing to a subsequent thermal treatment , such a print receives outstanding durability and is resistant to any damages


Sand-blasting remains one of the oldest, yet still popular, methods of glass surface processing. It is based on matting the surface with an abrasive material under high pressure.

Digital ceramic print on glass

This is the most durable, the fastest and relatively most cost-effective coloured print technology on glass marked with the highest quality. Our company applies for it a unique in Poland and cutting-edge technology developed by an Israeli company Dip-Tech.


Tempering process includes glass thermal processing in order to increase glass hardness and its resistance to mechanical impacting. Tampered glass is safer as in case of breaking it breaks into small, safe pieces that are not harmful to the skin.

CNC processing

Glass processing on CNC devices guarantees high quality and precision of the services provided, shape repetitiveness and safety for glass users.

Gluing with a UV method

Joining glass by means of a UV method is applied where the high aesthetic values of the final product is strongly required. After drying, the glue remains invisible even when two glass panes have been joined and with time the glue does not discolour.