Design and Planning: The product design and specifications are developed based on customer requirements, market trends, and industry standards. This includes determining the dimensions, glass thickness, pivot mechanism, support bar design, and other features.
Glass Cutting: Sheets of glass are cut to the required dimensions using precision cutting machines. The glass thickness specified for the product is used to ensure the desired durability and safety.
Edging and Polishing: The edges of the cut glass panels are carefully smoothened and polished to remove any sharp edges or imperfections. This enhances the safety and aesthetics of the finished product.
Glass Toughening: The glass panels undergo a toughening process, also known as tempering. The glass is heated to high temperatures and then rapidly cooled using a process called quenching. This toughens the glass, making it more resistant to breakage and heat.
Pivot Mechanism Installation: The pivot mechanism, which allows the door to swing open and closed, is installed on the designated glass panel. The specific type of pivot mechanism (e.g., square pivot) and its installation method may vary depending on the product design.
Support Bar Fabrication: The stainless steel support bar is fabricated according to the product design specifications. This involves cutting, bending, welding, and polishing the stainless steel bar to the required shape and size. The support bar provides structural stability and support for the glass panels.
Assembly: The glass panels, pivot mechanism, and support bar are assembled together to form the shower enclosure. The pivot mechanism is attached to the support bar and the glass panels are carefully positioned and secured using appropriate hardware, such as clamps or brackets.
Quality Control: The finished shower enclosure undergoes rigorous quality control checks to ensure it meets the required standards. This includes inspecting the glass panels for any defects, verifying the functionality of the pivot mechanism, checking the stability of the support bar, and assessing the overall aesthetics of the product.
Packaging and Shipping: The shower enclosures are properly packaged to protect them during transportation. This typically involves using protective materials, such as foam or bubble wrap, and placing them in sturdy boxes or crates. The finished products are then ready for shipment to retailers, distributors, or directly to customers.