A friend of mine recently purchased a new car that has a forward looking camera system set behind the windshield critical to safety features like lane centering and emergency braking.
Obviously, its extremely important to keep the windshield in front of the cameras as clean and clear as possible, and so the dealer strongly recommended the option of coating the glass with a product made by Diamon-Fusion.
The coating permanently seals the microscopic peaks and valleys of the glass surface, preventing dirty snow and rain or stains from pollutants and pollens to penetrate the crevices.
It’s the same Diamon-Fusion product we offer for coating the glass in our architectural systems, glass facades, and interior glass including showers. It has allowed us to deliver brilliant, clean glass that will stay that way longer than untreated glass, while being easier to maintain.
We’ll be rolling out off-the-shelf architectural systems beginning this year (more on that in upcoming blogs) and a differentiator beyond the designs themselves will be the “curb appeal” of Diamon-Fusion coatings as a standard offering to keep the glass looking newer, cleaner, longer – delivering on our promise to provide the lowest Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
To manage that, late last year we invested in Diamon-Fusion’s FuseCube Express, a machine that ensures fast, precise, uniform coatings simultaneously on both sides of the glass, which in turn allows faster lead times. If anything is important to our glazier partners, it’s a reliable flow of glass off our fabrication floor.
FuseCube will do its part ensure that, taking its place within our bevy of automated, state-of-the-art quality control systems – systems that you’ll learn about in a blog or press release, and never hear about again. Investments that don’t deliver “headlines”, but do deliver increasing customer satisfaction.
But, really, that’s what it’s all about at G+MC: if we can find a way to do something better, faster, smarter, it’s just a no-brainer.
Glass+Metal Craft’s new FuseCube installation.