Virtek Vision International Inc.

Date: 28 September 2002
Source: Virtek
Virtek Laser Systems will make its European glass fabricating industry debut at Glasstec 2002 in Dûsseldorf, Germany.On show at Booth 13D13-3 will be Virtek’s Mobile GlasMark Laser Marking System.

The Company’s laser marking systems are also available as in-line units designed for installation directly into the fabrication process. Virtek’s glass marking product family permits users to dispense with conventional marking methods that require the use of consumables (sand, ink and masks), which bring with them the risks of furnace contamination as well as environmental contamination from airborne particulate. All systems are capable of operating in standalone mode, networked, or both. In addition, the laser marking systems are compatible with fabricators’ existing design software programs – they read any vector-based graphic file format, including DXF, PCX, AGL and PLT. If desired, most popular software packages may be used to import graphics or fonts.

Laser technology offers consistent marking quality because the marking process is independent of the operator and is not subject to wear and tear of either mechanical components or masks. Virtek’s systems mark tempering logos, bar codes, product codes, date & time stamps, warranty information, unique customer logos, etc., and therefore enable fabricators to satisfy product and industry labeling code requirements. In addition, the ability to provide customers with their unique logos allows fabricators to customize their production to meet their customers’ needs.

About Virtek

Virtek is a global leader in the development of precision laser-based solutions for the glass, transportation, sheet metal and gasket fabrication, pre-fabricated construction and diagnostics industries. The Company develops proprietary, advanced software, which it combines with precision laser technology to deliver complete, turnkey solutions tailored to the specific needs of each industry.

Virtek manufactures a range of laser marking systems for the flat-glass industry and the Company’s laser templating products are used in window & door manufacturing to inspect hole positions and other features as well as to speed and simplify assembly, thereby enabling customers to save dramatically on labor and material costs.

Virtek's products provide compelling customer benefits including significantly increased throughput and reduced costs. The majority of sales are to the United States and Europe. Virtek maintains offices in Waterloo, Toronto and Brussels.

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Date: 28 September 2002
Source: Virtek

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