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7/30/2019

CAMX 2019 exhibit preview: Virtek

Originally titled 'Laser projector software platform'
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Virtek is showcasing its enhanced Virtek Iris 3D vision technology software platform, which includes its latest high-visibility laser projector.

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CAMX 2019 Virtek laser projection software for composites

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Virtek (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada) is showcasing its newly enhanced Virtek Iris 3D vision technology software platform, which includes its latest high-visibility laser projector. Virtek says the enhanced version is faster and has a more productive user interface, with a patented FlashAlign feature enabling instant alignment. 

At the company’s CAMX booth, representatives are demonstrating how Virtek’s new thin client experience enables mobility and flexibility at the workstation, the multi-tasking functionality of its software and simplicity of its training.

In addition, Virtek is giving a presentation on how the company can help manufacturers simplify their manufacturing processes on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 10:30 a.m. in the Exhibition Hall Theatre.

CAMX 2019 Exhibitor

Virtek Vision International

Exhibit Hall, Booth X62

View Showroom | Register Here

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