Machine • Studio
Glastar Superstar II
Cuts from sharp glasses.
Flying Debris and Dust
Glass dust is produced from grinding; shards of glass may break off and cause eye damage.
Grinding produces loud noises
Grinding bit may become hot with use. Keep sponge moist.
Hair/clothing may get caught in moving machine parts.
Things to Avoid
- Do not use faulty equipment. Immediately report any suspect machinery.
- Never leave the machine running unattended.
- Do not hold workpiece with gloves, cloth, apron or pliers.
- Do not grind any material other than glass.
- Locate and ensure you are familiar with all machine operations and controls.
- Ensure the eye guards and grinding guard is fitted, secure and functional. Do not operate if guards are missing or faulty.
- May sure the basin is filled with ample water and sponges are wet.
- Slowly move the workpiece across the face of the wheel in a uniform manner.
- If glass dust is produced, ensure that the sponges are correctly positioned and water is in the basin.
- Switch off machine when work is completed.
- Drain water from basin.
- Leave the machine in a safe, clean, and tidy state.
- Brush the surrounding area to pick up any glass debris.