Triview Glass Industries, LLC. brings Waterjet In-House

Triview Glass

“When I founded Triview in October 2008, I wanted to build something special. I wanted to create high-end products using state-of-the-art fabrication machines and techniques, which is why I purchased a TECHNI Waterjet Cutting System nearly five years ago,” stated President & CEO of Triview Glass Industries, LLC, Alex Kastaniuk.

Before purchasing their Intec 510GM Glass Master™ Waterjet Cutting System, Triview was sending out 2-3 glass pieces to be cut at least three times a week. Upon receiving their i510GM the glass company started using the waterjet once a day at first. Now, they use the waterjet every single day for a minimum of three hours. By bringing the job in-house, Triview has not only saved money, but also the headache and hassle of sending out parts to vendors.

Most of the glass Triview waterjet cuts is thicker glass, such as 3/8” and up and anywhere from architectural work to creative work. From storefronts to graphic art murals to custom glass stairways, Triview Glass Industries has the ability to create masterpieces of any shape or size. The California based glass company has been so successful; multi-billion dollar companies such as Starbucks and McDonalds have reached out to them for their superior glass work.

One of Triview’s earlier projects they worked on was a puzzle project for the Miami Symphony Orchestra, which includes four ½” large pieces of laminate to be put together in the shape of a puzzle. Much can be said about a company who has the ability to work with internationally known gigantic companies to local mom and pop companies to create superior end products.

“Our TECHNI Waterjet makes creating projects faster and simpler, which in turn makes it easier to please our clients, who are and always will be our number one priority,” said Kastaniuk.