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New Year, New Look

For several months we have been working in secret on an important project. And now we are live!

We are pleased to present you our new website: We have streamlined the menu to give you a better user experience. It will help you to understand our products and application areas more easily. The FAQ section answers frequently asked questions about the scanners.

Additionally, a hall plan gives you a good overview where a Viprotron scanner could be relevant for your production. Try out the potential check or simply contact us via form.

An easy-to-search magazine about current news and events allows you to always stay up to date. In the coming weeks, you can also expect numerous webinars and eBook downloads.

#E-BOOK 01

In every production there are typical sources of errors that cost the company not only time but also money. These often occur not only in new production facilities, but also in existing and well-established ones. But which are the most frequent and, above all, the most expensive for your company?

In our first E-BOOK we make a short foray through the individual process steps and show with a few examples that even in existing and well-rehearsed productions, great targets can be achieved by a multitude of small steps.

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Under the title: "The most common and most expensive problems in the glass industry", Mrs. Sandra Kugler, our sales manager for Europe, will take you on a short trip through glass production.

Starting with cutting, continuing with processing, tempering, in the laminate or at the isolating line: small errors have a big impact. This applies to sources of error in all areas of production, some of which can be eliminated without much effort and not just by using scanners. Perhaps you already implement one or the other. But even a new tip can help you avoid future trouble and save a lot of money.

At this point in time, the German version is available on our website. An English version is of course already in the works.

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