The second day of the 13th FeneVision User Conference in Cleveland, which is designed to give  software DSC_0221[1]company FeneTech  direct feedback from its biggest clients in the door and window industry, opened on Tuesday with a discussion of FeneVision’s digitizing and inspection products.

The tools were  created by FeneTech in conjunction with Austrian engineering firm SoftSolution.

First, Nate Huffman of FeneTech told attendees about FeneVision Virtual Digitizing, which the company says can help glass manufacturers create custom shapes quickly and easily.  With  a customer’s template in hand, all a user has to do is set up the shape with targets, take a photo with a calibrated camera, import the photo into Virtual Digitizing and export the dxf file to a fabrication system, Huffman said.

Next, he discussed the FeneVision LineScanner, which the company says can quickly detect defects in glass.

Finally, Huffman talked about the FeneVision Cullet Scanner for break testing. This relatively new product increases accuracy and eliminates the need to manually count cullets, he said.

After the morning introductory meeting, attendees went into sessions with FeneVision experts to learn what’s new with the software and to discuss ways to improve features and functionality.

The annual event is not just about software, however — it’s also about networking and socializing. FeneTech treated attendees to a dinner cruise around Cleveland on Monday night and a bowling event on Tuesday evening.

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