See LiteSentry and SOFTSOLUTION in Atlanta at GlassBuild America

Date: 11 August 2021

LiteSentry and SOFTSOLUTION are proud to announce they are under common ownership.

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LiteSentry and SOFTSOLUTION have been historically committed to innovation and customer support; those values remain unchanged as we are proud to announce we are under common ownership.

LiteSentry will be exhibiting at booth 2509 and SOFTSOLUTION will be exhibiting at booth 2109 at GlassBuild in Atlanta, September 13-15th. Stop by our booths for a live demonstration of the latest metrology technology.

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LiteSentry

Softsolution

 

 

anisotropy

NEW OSPREY 10 COMPLETE with Overall Bow Recognition (OBR)

OBR is a LiteSentry proprietary quality test that recognizes bowed or bi-stable pieces of glass in real-time and displays results alongside other Osprey data before pieces are removed from the furnace unload table.

LineScanner

LineScanner

The LineScanner is THE solution for all of your quality inspection needs for flat glass products ranging from monolithic lites, insulated units, automotive glass, fabricated glass, and much more. The LineScanner can inspect your product with extreme precision for all defects relating to quality and dimension.

 

GlassBuild America

See the most advanced metrology technology LIVE September 2021 at GlassBuild America in Atlanta

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